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How to Avoid Dental Problems

Posted on: Saturday, May 20th, 2017

Nobody hopes to endure dental problems, but they often occur nonetheless due to less-than-optimal dietary choices and oral hygiene habits. Fortunately, it’s never too late to improve your own dental health by utilizing these tips and tricks. Prevent Bad Breath Bad breath, formally known as halitosis, can be extremely embarrassing, but it can also be […]

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Best Foods for Dental Health

Posted on: Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

Brushing, flossing, and oil pulling are all critical components to maintaining strong oral hygiene, but did you know that the types of food that you eat can also positively influence your dental health? From cheese and yogurt to apples and almonds, specific food choices can support your other oral hygiene habits and keep your teeth […]

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How to Keep Gums Healthy

Posted on: Thursday, April 20th, 2017

When it comes to oral care, many people only consider the health of their teeth, but the gums require just as much attention. The same plaque and tartar that cause tooth decay can also lead to gum disease, so strategically targeting the gums each morning and night is of the utmost importance.

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How to Prevent Dental Cavities

Posted on: Monday, April 10th, 2017

A healthy mouth is an essential component to a healthy body, but it is all too easy for cavities to sneak up and surprise you. Since the best way to treat cavities is to simply prevent them in the first place, these tips and tricks can help you keep your teeth clear of harmful plaque, […]

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The Safer Option: Biocompatible Dentistry

Posted on: Monday, March 20th, 2017

A strange and unfortunate disconnect has long existed between the realms of medicine and dentistry. Most people view them as two separate components of health that have very little impact on each other. In reality, the health of the body and the health of the mouth are interconnected in complex and undeniable ways. A healthy […]

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Are Silver Amalgam Mercury Fillings Dangerous?

Posted on: Friday, March 10th, 2017

For better or for worse, silver amalgam mercury fillings are very commonplace in our country. Despite the FDA’s 2009 declaration that amalgam fillings are safe for adults and children over the age of six, scientific evidence continues to prove that the prevalence of amalgam mercury fillings in the mouths of Americans is indeed “for worse.”

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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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