Dental Care Blog

What is Causing my Bad Breath?

Do you have chronic bad breath? Bad breath can be off-putting to others and can cause your self-esteem and self-confidence to suffer. It might make you feel hesitant to speak or to sit or stand too close to others. So what triggers bad breath? A number of factors...

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Alcohol and Your Teeth

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, which aims to educate people about the effects of alcohol abuse and steer people away from drinking too much. Alcoholism significantly increases the risk of injuries, drowning, violence, liver disease, and some types of cancer....

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Is Stress Hurting Your Oral Health?

Stress can be helpful in spurring us to action, but it can also present a host of negative effects. A little bit of stress is normal, but unrelenting tension can take its toll on all aspects of our health—including oral health. Though many people don’t know it, stress...

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International Kissing Day: Kissing and Oral Health

Friday, April 13 is International Kissing Day—a celebration of one of mankind’s favorite ways of expressing love. There are many types of kisses—the long and passionate lip locks of lovers or the short cheek pecks of friends and acquaintances. If you have not kissed...

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Getting Tooth Implants? Observe These Do’s and Don’ts

If you have decided to get dental implants as a replacement for your missing tooth (or teeth), you’re in good company. Dental implants are a very popular option because they function, feel, and look like natural teeth. Dentures may not fit as well and can be...

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The Benefits of Dental Implants

Because of poor oral hygiene and unhealthy foods, teeth may not last for the duration of a person’s life. Many people deal with a missing tooth in their advanced years. Teeth can also fall out unexpectedly due to trauma to the mouth. There are several options for...

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Good Nutrition for Your Teeth

March is National Nutrition Month and a prime excuse to evaluate our diets. A healthy diet is vital for muscle and bone growth as well as overall health. Eating well also helps keep the mouth, teeth, and gums in top condition. Whatever you eat will pass through your...

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Why are Dental Implants a Wise Investment?

If you have a missing tooth, there are several options for you. You could replace the empty space in your teeth with either dentures or dental implants. Dentures will cost less up front than implants, but many people agree that dental implants are a better investment....

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