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9 Signs You Need to Visit the Dentist

How can you tell whether you’re overdue for a visit to the dentist? You can look at the calendar, sure, and see if it’s been too long since your last visit, but there are some signs that will tell you that you need to visit the dentist sooner rather than later. Whether [...]

Make Dental Care a Top Priority in 2020

We understand that you have many competing priorities for your money, and that sometimes you have more priorities than you do money. And when that happens, something has to be left undone. If that’s the reason why you’ve been neglecting dental care in previous years, this year let us persuade you to [...]

Poll: A Quarter of Americans Have Nightmares about Their Teeth

Does this sound familiar? You start to take a bite out a crispy apple or corn on the cob, only instead of getting a mouth full of kernels, you get a mouth full of teeth as they all start to fall out. Or perhaps you’re on a date and when you smile or speak, your [...]

Losing Teeth Linked to Higher Heart Risk

One of the most important facts that people neglect about oral health is that it’s a vital foundation for overall health. If you aren’t taking care of your teeth, you aren’t taking care of your health. And now a new study makes that connection clear: people who lose teeth during middle age are at a [...]

How to Go from a Never-Flosser to an Always-Flosser

Flossing is an important oral health habit. It is one of the most important techniques for protecting yourself from gum disease. It can also help you avoid cavities between your teeth. Plus it can help you avoid bad breath and it will help your smile look healthier and more [...]

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