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Snacks to Avoid for Good Oral Health

By Editorial Team | April 17, 2017

We all snack. We all have very busy schedules, and a meal isn’t always an option. A donut on the way to work, or a quick medium fries on the way home. We do not think a whole lot about what we put into our bodies. However, the consequences still develop whether we prepare for…

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Indulging in Strawberries This Spring Can Help to Whiten Your Teeth

By Editorial Team | March 27, 2017

Strawberries are not eaten as often as they should be. While naturally sweet, there is also a hint of tart to the strawberry, which makes it to where quite a few people add sugar to them. This takes away from their nutritional value, which your body needs. Strawberries are incredibly nutritious little berries, and they…

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Important Facts About Root Canal Therapy

By Editorial Team | March 17, 2017

If your dentist has brought up a root canal, chances are, you had a bit of nerves pop up. There is something about that procedure that causes a lot of people to worry. The truth is, having a root canal is often one of the most comprehensive procedures you will have done, but it is…

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How to Decrease Pain from a Cavity Until You Can Get It Filled

By Editorial Team | February 28, 2017

When you get pain in one of your teeth, the most likely culprit is a cavity. This can range from mild discomfort to all-out misery. If you think that you have a cavity, the first thing that you need to do is to call your dentist. Have them schedule you to come in as soon…