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Apr
27

4 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth is a seemingly simple part of your daily routine. However, even if you’re a conscious brusher, doing any of the following things could be causing your teeth more harm than help. Multitasking While Brushing Are you one of those people who checks their emails or scrolls through social media while brushing? If […]

Apr
20

4 Common Oral Health Problems and How to Avoid Them!

Your smile is your best chance at making a great first impression. It’s the first thing people see, and it can be the key to opening a conversation, making a new friend, or even brightening someone’s day. So, if oral health issues are keeping your smile hidden, it’s time to do something about it! Here […]

Apr
13

If You Found Something Weird in Your Mouth, It Could Be This!

Human nature usually leads us to jump to conclusions. We get really nervous when we find a new lump, bump, or mole on our body, because we know it doesn’t belong and it wasn’t there before. However, if you’ve found a soft swelling in the mouth, it could simply be a mucocele, which is a […]

Mar
10

Can Kissing Be Good for Oral Health?

Kissing has its hazards and its helps, yet romantic implications aside, how is our oral health affected? First, the bad news: Kissing, like any physical interaction, can spread viruses or germs if one party is infected. If you have blisters such as cold sores, open cuts, bleeding gums, or any other open wounds in or […]

Mar
2

The Unexpected Teeth and Sinus Connection

When you feel pain in your tooth, you usually expect something to be wrong with it. However, tooth pain can quite often be a result of pressure from the sinuses. If you are having a bad cold or a sinus infection, or even if you just have narrow nasal passages in general, it may be […]

Feb
23

High Blood Pressure and Oral Health

As you’ve probably heard from your dentist during your cleanings (or in another one of these blogs!), having good oral health is essential to having good overall health. We tend to think of this correlation as a preventative measure rather than one that can dial back health issues you already have. However, for the 1 […]

Feb
9

Frightening Whitening

A 2015 BBC article unveils the dangers of teeth whitening without a dental professional. Unless you have purchased an over-the-counter whitening system (approved by a reputable dental organization) or one from a licensed dentist, it is not recommended to receive teeth whitening from anyone that is not a dentist. According to the article, multiple beauty […]

Jan
26

The Improvement of Dental Options for Diabetics

Diabetes is a serious medical condition that affects all aspects of health—and oral health is no exception. For example, dental implants have helped many patients who seek an alternative to uncomfortable, ill-fitting dentures, but diabetics may not always receive the full benefits of the switch. This is largely due to the fact that diabetics have […]

Jan
19

Common Signs of Teething

Your baby is growing up, and so are their teeth! According to the American Dental Association most babies develop their first tooth around six months of age. After that first eruption your baby will have a full set of primary teeth in three years. Although it is usually pretty easy to spot teething, we created […]

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