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Archive for the ‘Oral Care’ Category

April 24th, 2018

Is There a Link Between Cancer and Poor Oral Health?

If you suffer from swollen gums, missing teeth, or other poor oral health symptoms, then you may be at a higher risk of contracting human papillomavirus. Known as HPV, the human papillomavirus is a sexually transmitted...Read More

December 1st, 2017

Unusual Dental Problems

Rare Conditions In every area of healthcare there are some issues and problems that are rare and typically unusual, unfortunately, dentistry is no different! Having a peculiar dental condition does not mean that it cannot be...Read More

December 1st, 2017

A Short Guide to Dentures & Implants

If you’re missing teeth, and looking to restore beauty and functionality to your smile, your dentist has probably thrown around the words “dentures” and “implants” quite a bit. What’s the Difference? Sometimes, though, it’s hard to...Read More

October 23rd, 2017

Breast Cancer and Oral Health

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. While you may see many people sporting pink bracelets, clothes, or even hairstyles, we have chosen to raise awareness by writing about the connection between oral health and breast cancer....Read More

October 3rd, 2017

Types of Tooth Discoloration

There are many reasons why teeth can become discolored. Dentists have categorized these causes of tooth discoloration into 2 types: Extrinsic Tooth Discoloration and Intrinsic Tooth Discoloration. Extrinsic Staining This type of discoloration is usually superficial...Read More

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