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Archive for February, 2017

February 28th, 2017

Taking Care of Teeth After Cancer Treatment

After cancer treatment, you may face many health challenges, including oral health issues. After treatment you might need anything from a simple cleaning to more extensive dental work. Here are some steps to follow so that...Read More

February 20th, 2017

Blueberries to the Rescue

Gum inflammation, or gingivitis, is a common affliction, one that can be a precursor to more serious dental issues. The build-up of bacteria-laden plaque on teeth can lead to gum or periodontal disease. While we all...Read More

February 10th, 2017

Anxiety in the Dentist’s Chair

When some of us think of the dentist, we get frightened, get scared—so how do we conqueror such a fear? We need the dentist: they help us make our smiles healthy and beautiful, so we can’t...Read More

February 7th, 2017

Four Surprising Things That Are Ruining Your Teeth

There are many things that harm our teeth. You probably know about the general things to avoid for healthy teeth, such as sugary sodas, acidic foods, and sticky candies. But what else is wrecking our teeth...Read More

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