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    • APRIL 8, 2021
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    Are Dental X-Rays Dangerous?

    Are Dental X-Rays Dangerous?

    Dental X-rays take pictures of a patient’s teeth and gums, allowing a dentist to spot issues such as tooth decay, bone loss, and impacted teeth. When treating oral problems, a dentist can have an accurate diagnosis and decide the best course of action by doing so. Some patients are concerned about whether dental X-rays are

    • APRIL 5, 2021
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    Foods That Are Good For Your Teeth And Gums

    Foods That Are Good For Your Teeth And Gums

    Ever wonder what foods to eat that are good for your teeth and gums. The answer seems pretty obvious. Fruits, vegetables and whole grains will prevent tooth decay and gums disease. More acidic drinks and sugary foods cause tooth decay and gum disease. To prevent tooth decay you should make sure to brush your teeth

    • MARCH 29, 2021
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    How To Help Dental Anxiety

    How To Help Dental Anxiety

    This article talks about the anxiety that comes from having to go the dentist, called Dental anxiety. Hundreds of american’s around the world face this type of anxiety and this article lists some helpful hints on what to do before setting up a time to visit your dentist. Below is a list of some helpful

    • MARCH 25, 2021
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    Making the Dentist an Exciting Place to Visit

    Making the Dentist an Exciting Place to Visit

    Parents and guardians should start instilling healthy dental habits in children at a young age. Activities like brushing teeth as a family, rewarding consistent dental hygiene, and going to the dentist are some encouraging ways to make children proactive about their own dental health. Also, this will help to make the stigma associated with seeing

    • MARCH 22, 2021
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    8 Of The Sugariest Snacks To Avoid

    8 Of The Sugariest Snacks To Avoid

    Find out some of the most sugariest snacks. Sugar isn’t always bad but it’s the added sugar that creates concern. Children and teenagers have a higher intake of added sugars than most adults. It is up to the guardian of these children to check the nutrition facts on the packaging to make sure they are

    • MARCH 18, 2021
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    Should You Get a Custom Mouthguard?

    Should You Get a Custom Mouthguard?

    Mouthguards have multiple ways that they can protect people, from athletes of contact sports, such as football, soccer, hockey, or basketball, to non-athletes, just simply people who wish to stop grinding their jaws in their sleep. There are different types of mouthguards, those that are OTC, over-the-counter, and those who are custom fitted. Custom fitted

    • MARCH 17, 2021
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    How to Floss!

    How to Floss!

    The benefits of oral hygiene can be maximised by including proper flossing techniques into a regimen involving correct brushing. As suggested by the American Dental Association, a once a day gentle flossing routine, most easily accomplished in the evening, provides the most benefits. The correct way leaves teeth clean and shouldn’t cause any pain. Two

    • MARCH 13, 2021
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    Looking After Your Gum Health

    Looking After Your Gum Health

    This article talks about the health of our gums. If you have healthy gums, they are usually not noticeable. Managing gum disease can be as simple as cutting back on activities such as smoking and drinking, and making sure that you use the proper floss, and eat a healthy diet. Also, making sure to see

    • MARCH 9, 2021
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    How Chewing Gum Protects Your Oral Health

    How Chewing Gum Protects Your Oral Health

    There are multiple ways that chewing gum can help protect your teeth. It can help remove bad breath due to food or for other reasons like dental issues. There are also different types of gum that can help whiten your teeth by increasing saliva production and coating the teeth. Even the act of chewing can

    • FEBRUARY 15, 2021
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    How To Stop Bleeding Gums

    How To Stop Bleeding Gums

    Bleeding gum can be caused by vitamin c or k deficiency. Hormonal changes and infection are some other reasons for bleeding gums. Some symptoms are bleeding, loose teeth, pus around the teeth, gum swollen or bad breath. The treatments are a well-balanced diet which means nutrients, fruits and vegetables, whole grains. Treat your gums by