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Archive for December, 2016

December 27th, 2016

How an Oral Abscess Can Affect You

An infection in your mouth is never fun, especially when it leads to an abscess. Often times an infection between the tooth and the gum, known as a periodontal abscess can happen after food gets trapped...Read More

December 20th, 2016

Don’t Underestimate Smokeless Tobacco

It’s common knowledge that smoking affects your oral health, but let’s not forget about smoking’s destructive counterpart…smokeless chewing tobacco. For those of you unfamiliar with smokeless tobacco, snuff is a fine grain tobacco that a user...Read More

December 14th, 2016

Calcium & Vitamin D. A Tooth’s Best Friend.

Researchers at Boston University Dental School and Tufts University Nutrition Research Center have found that calcium and vitamin D have an effect on tooth health. Lead researcher, Dr. Elizabeth Krall, says that while “studies have shown...Read More

December 7th, 2016

What’s this in my mouth?

Human nature usually leads us to jump to conclusions. We get really nervous when we find a new lump, bump, or mole on our body, because we know it doesn’t belong, and it wasn’t there before....Read More

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