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How Often To Replace Your Toothbrush
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How Often To Replace Your Toothbrush

How Often To Replace Your Toothbrush Can you think of the last time you replaced your toothbrush? We are conscious of throwing out expired foods, restocking supplements or vitamins, and beauty products are replaced quite often. Health and beauty gets more attention in...

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Use Your Tax Refund For Your Teeth!
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Use Your Tax Refund For Your Teeth!

Every year, about eight of 10 United States taxpayers receive a tax refund. Typically the average refund is about $3,000. It’s tempting to use this money for a vacation or a shopping spree…but have you thought about using it for your dental care? Dental care is a wise...

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Teeth Grinding Due to COVID-19
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Teeth Grinding Due to COVID-19

Recent articles have reported that dentist are seeing an increased amount of bruxism cases since the COVID-19 pandemic. Teeth grinding and bruxism can be causes by various factors. Prior to treating your grinding teeth, let’s take a look at what’s causing...

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Professional Teeth Whitening
Uncategorized |5 min read

Professional Teeth Whitening

In recent years, different types of teeth whitening have increased in popularity. Although teeth are typically mostly white, did you know that tooth enamel color can come in many different shades? Especially over time – your enamel can become discolored or stained....

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Tooth Sensitivity to Cold? Causes and Treatments
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Tooth Sensitivity to Cold? Causes and Treatments

Popsicles, ice cream, and other cold treats are sweet way to reward yourself after a busy day. That is until tooth sensitivity makes eating these sweet treats impossible. One out of eight Americans are dealing with tooth sensitivity to cold. Tooth sensitivity or...

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Are Cavities Contagious?
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Are Cavities Contagious?

Amid the pandemic of COVID-19, cavities are probably the least of things you can think of as contagious. However, did you know that cavities can also spread similar to the way you catch a cold. In this article, we will share with you how cavities can spread from...

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14 Common Dental Issues
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14 Common Dental Issues

14 Common Dental Issues Dental issues can come up at the most inconvenient times. Here are a list of the most common dental concerns and what to do until your dental appointment. 1. Toothache You’ve called and made a dentist appointment, but it can’t come...

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47.2% of People Have Gum Disease, Do You?
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47.2% of People Have Gum Disease, Do You?

Overview of Gum Disease According to the CDC, 47.2% of adults aged 30 years and older have some form of gum disease (periodontal disease). Periodontitis (per-e-o-don-TIE-tis),is a gum infection that seriously damages the soft tissue. Without treatment, this gum...

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Is Vaping Bad for Your Teeth?
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Is Vaping Bad for Your Teeth?

Is Vaping Bad for Your Teeth? The long-term effect on health and safety of using e-cigarettes and other vaping products is still not well known. In the fall of 2019, federal and state health authorities began investigating an outbreak of a severe lung disease...

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The MOST Simple New Years Resolution
Lifestyle |2 min read

The MOST Simple New Years Resolution

A New Year’s resolution is a decision to DO or not DO something to accomplish a personal goal or break a habit. We often make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or exercise more, but did you know there is an even easier resolution that only takes a...

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