Monthly Archives: May 2016

What Asthma Means For Your Oral Health?

Did you know that one in 12 Americans has asthma? This respiratory condition can increase your chances of developing cavities, gum disease and oral sores, but with the right preventive measure, you can lower these risks and maintain a healthy … Continue reading

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Say ‘cheese’: Eating cheese can help your teeth

Did you know that there are more than 1,000 types of cheese? Packed with calcium and able to restore enamel, this dairy product is more than just a tasty topping — it can also offer a boost to your dental … Continue reading

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Perceptions in Smile Design

The Patient’s Perspective an analysis by Dear Doctor magazine Does your dentist see what you see — and vice versa? Can you really communicate how you want to change your smile? While beauty is definitely in the eye of the … Continue reading

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Choosing a Mouth Rinse That’s Right for You

By Connie Brichford | Medically reviewed by Pat F. Bass III, MD, MPH A stroll down the drugstore dental-care aisle can be dizzying, especially with all the mouth rinse products available. Anti-plaque, anti-gingivitis, alcohol-free — your pharmacy’s oral health section … Continue reading

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