Daily Hygiene Routines

Daily hygiene routines keep you healthy, but we rarely think about the consequences of disrupting those routines. Poor oral health and tooth decay remain far too common for many adults, in spite of how easy it can be to prevent most major dental concerns. Gum disease...

The Negative Effects of Smoking On Your Teeth

The teeth of a smoker require more rigorous care than those of non-smokers. Smoking increases one’s odds of periodontal disease and leukoplakia and is one of the nation’s leading causes of tooth loss. In addition, those serious afflictions, other dental...

Save Your Teeth with Sealants

Take a close look at your molars. Looks like craters on the moon’s surface in miniature form, huh? The many crevices and rough surfaces of molars, while great for chewing, can capture bits of food you eat, potentially leading to decay and cavities. Even though we...

Dental Health Care in Older Adults

A common misconception is that as you age, you begin to lose your teeth. But this is not true. If you maintain diligent oral health care, your own teeth can last for your whole life. What to Do for Better Oral Health Your mouth does change as you get older. Your teeth...

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