Smile Safe Foods At Thanksgiving

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At Thanksgiving we have a lot to be thankful for…great family and friends to share the holiday with, good health, and good food. Our Thanksgiving traditions center around a bountiful, hearty meal. This Thanksgiving we will all sit down to a bountiful feast but did you know not only can it be delicious but also healthy for your teeth…

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Vitamins And Minerals For A Bright Smile

  Many people often overlook the need to “feed” our smiles to keep them bright and healthy. Feeding our smiles is just like feeding our bodies. If we eat poorly, our general and dental health will break down over time. Just like our bodies, our teeth need certain essential vitamins and minerals to stay as…

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Best Thanksgiving Foods For Good Dental Health

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Chewing Gum And Your Dental Health

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An often overlooked area to improve our dental health is regular use of chewing gum. It is important to choose the right type of gum for the job. We do not always have the time or means to fully clean our teeth after eating. Here are some suggestions. Types Of Chewing Gum –Gum Containing Sugar.…

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Maintaining Healthy Teeth And Bones

As we grow up, we are told “drink your milk” for strong teeth and bones but that saying often gets forgotten as we get older. Keeping our bones and teeth healthy throughout life should be a high priority for aall of us. It allows us to prevent injuries as well as illness. Women can be…

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Can Vitamin D Supplements Help Periodontal Health?

Periodontal disease has long been known to be caused by the toxic waste production by oral bacteria. The body’s response to this production is through the inflammatory process which can lead to destruction of connective tissues as well as deterioration of the bone that supports the teeth. Periodontal disease is progressive and can eventually lead…

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