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October 26th, 2016

What is Enamel and How Does it Work?

If you’ve ever been to the dentist, then you’ve heard them talk about enamel. Dentists spend a lot of time talking to their patients about enamel, plaque, and tooth decay. But, to really understand how to...Read More

October 19th, 2016

Missing Teeth and Cardiovascular Health

A study done by the University of Helsinki found an association between tooth loss and cardiovascular events, diabetes, and death. The study found: • “More than five missing teeth increased the risk for coronary heart disease...Read More

October 12th, 2016

Who is a Liar?

It turns out that a lot of us are liars. A recent survey found that more than a quarter of us admit to lying to our dentist about our flossing habits. We’ve all been there. We’ve...Read More

October 5th, 2016

The Reason Why Cheese is Good for Your Teeth

Did you know that eating cheese could help you fight cavities? While it may come as a surprise, a 2014 study in the Academy of General Dentistry clinical journal points to the fact that cheese is...Read More

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