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Kids: What You Need to Know about Their Dental Care

Posted on: Friday, February 17th, 2017

As an adult, you know that taking care of your teeth should be a top priority, but knowing exactly how to provide your children with proper dental care can be a little less intuitive. When should they start brushing? What about flossing? Which type of toothpaste is best? There is so much to know about […]

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Holistic Dentistry for Kids

Posted on: Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

A child’s oral health is a vital component of his overall wellness, so it’s never too early to utilize holistic dentistry to maintain a healthy mouth. Baby teeth begin emerging around six months of age, and by your child’s third birthday he will have all 20 primary teeth! These new, vulnerable teeth need to be […]

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3 of the Best Holistic Dental Tips

Posted on: Friday, January 20th, 2017

Holistic dentists understand the deep connection between oral health and the wellness of the rest of the body. Taking the advice of a holistic dentist will not only improve your teeth and gums, but you might also find that it minimizes other unwanted physical and emotional problems. The following holistic dental tips are meant to […]

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Breastfeeding: Things Nursing Moms Should Know about Dental Health

Posted on: Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

If you have a baby on the way, you likely have many choices to make and projects to complete before your due date arrives. Will you return to work after six weeks? What daycare will you use? Is that older car seat still safe to use? Will you breastfeed or bottle feed? As you make […]

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Gum Disease: Is Your Heart at Risk?

Posted on: Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

It’s easy to connect obesity and unhealthy eating habits with heart health risks, but what about gum disease? As it turns out, there is a close link between a person’s oral health and heart health. More and more research is uncovering the connections between poor oral health and heart disease. This means that if you […]

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Teeth Grinding: Why You Should Not Ignore It

Posted on: Friday, December 9th, 2016

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a dangerous habit, but most people don’t even realize they are vulnerable to the mashing, clenching, and gnashing actions that can wear down their teeth. By understanding the causes, symptoms, and solutions relating to bruxism, you can protect your oral health and avoid a number of unpleasant side […]

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The Dangers of Root Canals

Posted on: Monday, November 14th, 2016

If you take a look at mainstream medical logic, you may think that the root canal is a vital and nearly unavoidable component of modern dental care. However, there are secrets and dangers lurking within this multi-billion dollar industry that are critical to understand in order to preserve and protect not just your oral health […]

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Your Guide to Holistic Dentistry

Posted on: Saturday, November 5th, 2016

Your oral health is critically important to your overall health, perhaps more than you realize. So just like you wouldn’t take your car to a veterinarian or your pet to an auto shop, you shouldn’t trust your teeth with an oral health professional that doesn’t practice holistic dentistry. Once you understand the unique nature of […]

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Is There a Link between Skin Products and Mercury Poisoning?

Posted on: Friday, October 21st, 2016

Thanks to the rise in holistic medicine, many Americans are coming to realize that amalgam fillings containing mercury pose significant threats to overall health and wellness. Unfortunately, the threat of mercury isn’t limited to dental fillings. The Consumer Health Department of the FDA recently released a warning that many common skin products are also linked […]

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The Truth about Soda Destroying Your Teeth

Posted on: Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

It’s no secret that soda is bad for your body, but that doesn’t stop the majority of the American population from indulging on a regular basis. Studies have continually linked excessive soda drinking to obesity and type 2 diabetes, but many people with chronic cavity problems and tooth pain don’t realize just how much soda […]

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