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The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing! These athletes train for often hundreds if not thousands of hours to be able to compete at this prestigious event. Healthy teeth are more than just a pretty smile for these Olympians. A healthy smile has been linked to a lower risk for systemic diseases such as heart …

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There are many oral diseases that can affect both your mouth and body, some of which aren’t noticeable until it’s too late. This is why it’s essential to visit your dentist for checkups to get screened regularly for any problems. Here are just a few of the diseases people experience and why it’s crucial to detect …

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We all know that cleaning our teeth is good for our oral health. Brushing and flossing have not only been proven to fight cavities, but gum disease as well. More research is showing a link between oral health and total wellness, prompting people to take their oral health more seriously as heart disease, cancer, …

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If you want to close the gap in your smile, you may have considered a variety of dental treatments. Fortunately, you have options when it comes to getting rid of your gap once and for all. Regardless of whether your gap is the result of your natural smile, trauma, or decay, you can have a complete smile again with …

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Our genes influence nearly everything about us, so it’s certainly true that aspects of our dental health would be linked to our parents and other family members. However, just how much of our oral health is the result of our genes and how much is influenced by our actions? The truth is that both play a role in how …

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It’s commonly known that bleeding gums are sign of gum disease. Although gum disease is prevalent among adults in the U.S, there is a chance your bleeding gums may not actually be a sign of periodontal disease. What else can cause gums to bleed? Here are the top culprits outside of gum disease that may be causing …

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Getting ready to take your little one to the dentist? The American Dental Association recommends that children have their first checkup around the time that their first tooth comes in. This not only helps get them used to the dentist early, but also ensures that they’re not experiencing childhood tooth decay. Is …

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Our teeth are white. Over time, of course, they can become stained by things such as the foods and drinks we enjoy. Your teeth shouldn’t look transparent, though—if your teeth have a translucent quality to them, you’re likely seeing a bigger problem. Translucent teeth can happen slowly over time for a variety of …

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Asking questions is an excellent way to find out more information about some of your most pressing dental health concerns. However, some people are too shy to ask questions or may not even visit their dentist often enough to ask them! Here, our professionals answer some of your most important questions that could …

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If it’s time for you to get a dental crown to protect your tooth, you have options. Dental crowns are durable, functional caps for your teeth that can be made of many different materials. These include stainless steel, porcelain fused to metal, resin, or ceramic. Dental crowns are designed to protect your tooth …

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