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Oral Cancer Prevention Tips

Oral Cancer Prevention

The best offense when considering the risk of oral cancer is a good defense. It’s always easier to prevent cancer by limiting risk factors than it is to treat a patient who has already developed the disease. Although frightening, oral cancer can be treated effectively, especially if discovered early on. Routine dental visits can prevent oral cancer, as well as provide treatment. Why You Need Oral Cancer Screening Oral cancer is often un-diagnosed and then spreads to other areas of the body, such as the tongue, tonsils, pharynx, and gums, resulting in serious health problems. Unless a dentist is using … Continue reading

Dental Fillings: What You Need to Know

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Tooth decay is a dental health problem that frequently arises as a result of poor dental hygiene and a diet that is rich in sugar and sweetened beverages. A dental filling is used to seal the cavity and stop the decay from progressing further. The most common materials used for fillings include amalgam, gold, composite, and porcelain. Determining which type is right for you will depend on where the filling is located in your mouth and if you have any allergies to the materials. Talk to your dentist about how fillings can improve your oral health, and keep in mind … Continue reading

Dentistry for Seniors: What You Need to Know

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It turns out that everything you learned about dental hygiene as a child still applies in your golden years. As a senior, you are at higher risk for many dental problems but it is still possible for you to keep your smile bright and healthy. After all, caring for your teeth and gums is just as important as caring for any other part of your body, whether you’re still in school or happily retired. How Does Diet Affect Oral Health? You are what you eat. If you’ve studied the many ways our diet affects us, then you know just how … Continue reading

Top 3 Causes of Child Tooth Decay

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It’s never too early to start caring about your child’s teeth. Starting them on a path to good oral healthy helps ensure that they’ll enjoy a bright, healthy smile when they’re older by reducing the risk of many dental problems later on. Of course, their road to protecting their pearly whites starts before they even have adult teeth to brush. The following are three of the leading causes of crooked teeth and tooth decay among babies and small children, all of which are preventable. 1. Thumb-Sucking Few things are cuter than a baby falling asleep with their thumb in their … Continue reading

Methods To Whiten Your Teeth

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Whiter teeth can improve your smile and appearance, so it’s no wonder that teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry options. Discoloration of teeth can be caused by the build-up of surface stains acquired from using tobacco products and consuming certain foods or drinks. Teeth whitening methods give everyone a chance to enjoy a bright smile. Not all treatments are suitable for everyone, so it’s a good idea to check with your dentist before deciding which whitening option to go with. Some procedures use bleach while others do not, and everyone’s tolerance to the treatment is different. … Continue reading

Why Do I Need Dental X-Rays?

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Standard dental exams help ensure your oral health. A dental exam allows your dentist to give tips on minding to your teeth and to distinguish any issues early when they’re generally treatable. Standard dental exams are a critical piece of preventive health care. A dental exam, the dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth and check for depressions and gum sickness. The dentist or hygienist will likewise assess your danger of creating other oral health issues, like check your face, neck, and mouth for variations from the norm. A dental exam may likewise incorporate dental X-rays (radiographs) or other demonstrative … Continue reading

What is Periodontal Disease and How to Prevent it?

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Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is comprised of two separate words: perio which means around and dontal, meaning teeth. Periodontal disease is an infection of the gum that surrounds the teeth. Periodontal disease is a progressive condition that can destroy soft tissue rapidly.The leading cause of gum disease or periodontal disease is poor oral hygiene. The early stage of periodontal disease is referred to as gingivitis, while the severe stage is often called periodontists. A Periodontitis is a medical professional who helps prevent or treat periodontal disease. Gingivitis Gingivitis is a mild inflammation/irritation of the gum (the flesh … Continue reading

Habits That Harm Your Teeth

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Common Habits That Can Harm Your Teeth We are living in a hectic and busy life, and hence we all tend to fell prey to various bad habits. Most of the time we fail to find the harm behind these habits. Most of the time, these habits initially appear less harmful to our health but when we look at these bad habits on a long-term perspective, we might feel alarmed about the potential threats these bad habits can have on our health. By the time we realize it, we might be too late to reverse the damage created on our … Continue reading

Is Chewing Gum Good or Bad For Your Teeth & Overall Health?

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If you ask several people whether chewing gum is good for your health or detrimental to it, you are likely to get several different answers. This is because chewing gum is a mixed bag when it comes to your dental and overall health. In order to answer this important question, we’ll need to explore several different aspects of how chewing gum affects both your mouth and your body as a whole. A Quick Rundown of the Effects of Chewing Gum: Most chewing gum contains artificial sweeteners which will have an adverse effect on your health regardless of whether the gum … Continue reading

Top 5 Best Home Whitening Kits

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The most frequent question about tooth whitening kits is, “Do they really work?” Whether you’ve had expensive tooth whitening treatments done at your local dentist or have simply been putting up with increasingly dull-looking teeth that have long since lost their shine, perhaps a take home tooth whitening kit could be right for you. In order to find out, let’s explore some of the top 5 tooth whitening take home kits on the market to see how they compare. As it turns out, the answer to that first question is yes. Many available take home tooth whitening kits do in … Continue reading


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