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Don't know how to floss properly? Here's a video from Howcast that will show you how to floss properly. These simple steps won't just rid your mouth of unwanted plaque buildup but will also help prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Start flossing tonight!
[01/21/10] Flossing will help you have a healthier set of teeth and gums. No time to floss? Floss your upper teeth in the morning, lower teeth in the evening. If you're only brushing, and not flossing, you're only cleaning 60 percent of your teeth. Why floss? Flossing disturbs bacteria and stops it before it can create plaque and cause gum and bone disease.
Between 5 to 15 percent of people in the United States, approximately 35 million people, suffer from TMJ problems. Women are more likely than men to develop this disorder and it's found to be most prevalent between the ages of 20-40.
cnn.com TMJ disorders — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms and treatment, including surgery.
Did you know white wine is hard on your teeth? According to German researchers, white wine is a lot worse for teeth than red wine. Find out more about your wines on the link below.
newser.com White wine is a lot worse for teeth than red, according to German researchers who studied human teeth soaked in various kinds of wine. The acid content of white wines destroys enamel much faster than red wines.
The earthquake in Haiti last week left the entire nation in need of massive help. Thousands are left without homes, food or water as they continue to search for missing loved ones. If you would like to donate to the American Red Cross, please visit the link below.
Did you know that over 90% of people who have gum disease are also at risk for diabetes? Researchers concluded
that dentists should consider offering diabetes screenings in their offices considering 5.7 million Americans with diabetes were undiagnosed in 2007.
medicalnewstoday.com An overwhelming majority of people who have periodontal (gum) disease are also at high risk for diabetes and should be screened for diabetes.
Here are some great facts that every patient should know about visiting the dentist, maintaining good dental care and preventing serious dental problems.
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Do you have severe dental problems that may require a full mouth reconstruction? Have you considered full mouth reconstruction before? Here is a comprehensive guide to full mouth reconstruction, including information on the treatments that are incorporated and how much it costs.
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