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Archive for July, 2016

July 27th, 2016

Is Exercise Bad for Your Teeth?

You go for a run three times a week, make it to spin class twice a week, and even squeeze in a kickboxing class on the weekend; so, you think you’re doing pretty good when it...Read More

July 18th, 2016

How a virus can help prevent infections

Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine have found a virus, of all things, that may help solve some problems of root canals. Their research suggests that we can “turn the tables” on...Read More

July 12th, 2016

3 Gross things that could be lurking on your toothbrush

You might be tempted to wait until you get a toothbrush at your next dental cleaning to switch toothbrushes, but if you knew what might be lurking in the brush you might consider switching brushes more...Read More

July 6th, 2016

The Improvement of Dental Options for Diabetics

Diabetes is a serious medical condition that affects all aspects of health—and oral health is no exception. For example, dental implants have helped many patients who seek an alternative to uncomfortable, ill-fitting dentures, but diabetics may...Read More

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