How To Improve Your Oral Health Through Food, Drink And Routine Oral Hygiene

Posted on: 12 October 2016

While you have probably heard about the foods that are bad for your teeth, such as sugary drinks and candy, there are foods that can improve your oral health. Crunchy fruits and vegetables can help clean your teeth, while frequent drinks of water can remove harmful bacteria. Foods rich in vitamin C can help promote gum health, while fortified dairy and cereal products can give you the calcium necessary for strong, healthy teeth.
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How Your Oral Examination May Help Identify Early Health Problems

Posted on: 26 September 2016

Checking for mouth lesions and problems is an important part of your dental checkup. Dentists are often the first ones to notice if there's something going on with your oral health. Lesions can mean a lot of different things form benign problems with your teeth or serious problems such as cancer. Here are some things your dentist looks out for when they do your oral examination and some of their possible causes.
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3 Reasons To Quit Smoking Before You Get A Dental Implant

Posted on: 2 September 2016

If you are missing a tooth, replacing it with a dental implant is your best treatment option; however, you may want to stop smoking if you decide to go through with this. As you probably know, smoking is not good for your health, but you might not realize how this habit could interfere with a dental implant. Here are three reasons you should stop smoking completely if you want to get a dental implant.
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Diagnosed With Trigeminal Neuralgia? Here's How To Have Pearly Whites!

Posted on: 17 August 2016

If you have trigeminal neuralgia, you may have been neglecting your teeth and rightly so since the condition, known as the suicide disease, can be triggered by forces in your mouth. Obviously, you never want to do anything to cause the pain, but if doing nothing has changed your pearly whites to an awful shade of yellow. Here's what you can do about it. Speak with your Neurosurgeon or Neurologist
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