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Why Should We Floss?

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Why Should We Floss?

Why is flossing essential? Brushing alone is not enough for healthy and strong teeth. Flossing is equally important for dental health. Know the correct ways of doing so. Do you floss daily or find an excuse not to? Flossing is equally important like brushing so it’s very important that you floss regularly and in the…

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Surprising Health Benefits of Cheese

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Surprising Health Benefits of Cheese

Creamy cheese is one of the most luxurious foods and most commonly eaten in America. It is hard to resist a good piece of cheese. Cheese doesn’t get enough attention as far as we are concerned because cheese is powerful and loaded with many health benefits. In fact, eating cheese can help you prevent cancer,…

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6 Creative Ways To Fight Off Cavities

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6 Creative Ways To Fight Off Cavities

Having cavities is no fun. Cavities, often called tooth decay happen in the mouth when plaque combines with bacteria on the teeth. When sugars from the foods we eat stick to our teeth it can cause a cavity. The acid will dig into the tooth enamel. Fixing a mouth full of cavities can be costly,…

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The Top 5 Weird Myths And Superstitions About Teeth

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The Top 5 Weird Myths&Superstitions About Teeth

Teeth have had a strange place in human history. For a long period of time, we knew little about modern dentistry, so we came up with stories or guessed about how we could treat our teeth. Below, I’ve compiled 5 of the most weird and bizarre myths about teeth that have plagued our history:  …

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The Holistic Approach To Curing Tooth Decay Naturally

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The Holistic Approach To Curing Tooth Decay Naturally

Whether you believe it or not, you can heal your teeth without going to the dentist. 18 months ago, I didn’t believe that this was possible. I thought if you got a cavity, you needed to go to the dentist so that it wouldn’t get worse. I didn’t know that there was a natural way…

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Smoking And Your Oral Health

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Smoking And Your Oral Health

Ask any doctor or health professional about the dangers of smoking and you’ll hear a lengthy list of potential long-term consequences the habit can have on the state of your health. While an increased risk of stroke and developing lung cancer or heart disease will probably top most lists, smoking also has a profound impact…

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Oral Health Care and Psychology

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Oral Health Care and Psychology

Dental health issues are often intimate. Psychological issues are also focused on well-being and they can affect oral health. Oral health can affect one’s psychological well-being as well—the two are intertwined. Odontophobia, a condition depicting an irrational and overwhelming fear of dentistry, is a very real fear for many people. Research estimates that 75 percent…

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How To Get A Hollywood Smile

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How To Get A Hollywood Smile

The Americans famously enjoy teasing us Brits about our terrible teeth, and it’s certainly true that our friends across the pond are known for their pearly whites and dazzling smiles. You don’t have to go all the way to California to get the Hollywood look, however – here are some top tips to achieve not…

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The Importance Of Having A Dental Clinic Close To Home

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The Importance Of Having A Dental Clinic Close To Home

Did that tasty bite of turkey knock off your tooth filling or is the excruciating pain of a toothache numbing your senses? When dental emergencies occur, you will want to rush to the nearest dental clinic as soon as possible. It is always a wise decision to select a dentist located in your area should…

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10 Interesting Facts About Your Teeth

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10 Interesting Facts About Your Teeth

Apart from the 5 minutes you spend brushing them everyday, you probably don’t think about your teeth very often. However teeth are an extremely interesting part of the human body. Here are ten interesting facts about your teeth you have probably never heard. 1. Teeth are held tightly to the jaw bone by a cement-like…

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