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We all know that sugar can lead to tooth decay as well as a variety of other health problems. But what about artificial sugars? Many people who can’t consume added sugar such as diabetics turn to artificial sweeteners as an alternative. Since there are many sugar-free options available, this may seem like the …

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Sugar is the only cause of tooth decay in both children and adults, according to a study published in the BMC Public Health journal. That’s a really scary thought, especially for your kids who love to tuck into sweets, chocolate, and cookies on a regular basis. Although you can’t always control their sugar eating …

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Bruxism, better known as teeth grinding, is one of the most damaging things you can do to your smile. Although grinding your teeth here and there might not seem like a big deal, the cumulative effects of this condition can cause serious damage to your oral health. How exactly does teeth grinding impact your oral …

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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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It’s likely you don’t give much thought to the tool you use to clean your teeth everyday. This device is so important to your oral health that the little details about your toothbrush shouldn’t be ignored. From what type of toothbrush you should buy to whether or not you need to clean it, here’s everything you …

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Your child’s primary teeth are just as important as their adult teeth. Their baby teeth set the stage for the permanent teeth to come in properly. Plus, having your child take care of their teeth sets up future habits that will last for life. Brushing and flossing are great, but what about the foods your child …

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Since the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children have their first orthodontist visit by age 7, your child could have braces before they reach their 10th birthday! It can seem difficult to ensure your child will keep his or her mouth clean with braces, but the truth is that having braces …

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Pregnancy brings many changes in your body, including hormonal changes that could affect your smile. Although some women won’t experience dramatic changes to their oral cavity during pregnancy, others will see an increased risk of some common dental health concerns. Caring for your smile can protect you and your …

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Gum disease affects nearly half of the American population and can wreak havoc on your smile. Although it affects your gums, your gums are essential for your teeth. When the gum tissue gets damaged through gum disease, teeth can become loose and fall out. The main causes of gum disease are usually easy to control …

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Dental implants are one of the best options for replacing your missing teeth. A typical dental implant consists of a screw inserted into your jaw. Once this site is healed, your dentist will place a crown on the end. They’re sturdy, functional, and look like your real teeth. There are different types of dental …

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