Worried About Tooth Loss? 3 Ways To Protect Your Teeth

Posted on: 21 September 2015

If premature tooth loss runs in your family, you might be worried about your own teeth. While heredity does play a role in your dental health, it isn't the only determining factor. In fact, with proper care, you can prevent tooth loss. Here are three things you can do that will help you hold on to your natural teeth longer. Don't Smoke If you smoke, you may be jeopardizing more than your physical health.
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True Dental Emergencies And A 24-Hour Dentist

Posted on: 10 September 2015

Knowing when you need to find a 24-hour dentist and when the situation can wait for your regular dentist's office to open can be tricky. On one hand, if you wait too long, you can be doing permanent damage to a tooth or causing a serious overall health issue. On the other hand, if you go in for something that could have waited a few hours, it can be a waste of time and money.
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Dental Tips: Refined Palate and Healthy Teeth With Wine & Cheese

Posted on: 19 August 2015

Eating a piece of cheese after sipping a little wine may seem unorthodox or simply a custom that wine experts like to do. But this is a custom that any person that cares for his or her teeth should consider adopting, as it aids oral health. The following guide will show you how these foods may help fight oral bacteria. Mouth-sense: Wine and Cheese Pairing wine and cheese is more than just a silly custom.
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Oral Myiasis And Dental Implants: How Discovering The Condition Is A Good Reason For Implants

Posted on: 30 July 2015

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the Amazonian jungle, cases of oral myiasis appear. This true but horrific dental condition is enough to make you want to stay home in the U.S., where it is less likely for flies to lay eggs in your mouth. When children and adults living south of the equator have bad oral hygiene and sleep with their mouths open at night, the flies take advantage of the deteriorating gum tissue and hot breath and lay their eggs closest to the worst dental issues.
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