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How Do I Know if I Have a Cavity?

It is critical for you to make sure that you take care of your teeth, and this includes keeping an eye out for potential dental problems. One of the most common reasons why people seek the care of a dentist is that they think they have a cavity. What are a few of the signs that could indicate that you have a cavity? Take a look at a few key

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How Often Do I Need To Floss?

The best way to deal with oral health problems is to prevent them from happening. This means brushing and flossing your teeth regularly. Unfortunately, most people do not floss as often as they should. If you do not floss regularly, you run the risk of developing cavities between your teeth, which could lead to significant long-term dental concerns. So, just how often do you need to floss? Remember to reach

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Diagnosing Mouth Pain

All of us experience mouth pain from time to time. And while the only way to truly know the cause is to visit your dentist, it does help to have some idea of what might be causing your discomfort and whether or not you need to call your dentist right away. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of different types of mouth pain, along with possible reasons why you’re experiencing

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Obesity and Gum Disease

It’s a sad but true fact: obesity is an all-too-common condition for an increasing number of people throughout the US. And considering how many other health issues are associated with obesity, it’s no wonder that medical professionals consider it to be a chronic disease. Obesity increases your risk for a wide variety of other medical conditions, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, hypertension, respiratory issues, and numerous cancers –

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Don’t Be Fooled: Vaping Is Just as Dangerous as Cigarettes

People often think vaping and e-cigarettes are safer than tobacco, but recent studies prove otherwise. Decades of research has shown how addictive and dangerous smoking and using tobacco products can be. In an attempt to quit, some people turn to vaping as a tobacco replacement. But recent studies show that vaping can cause the same health problems, including gum disease, oral cancer, and tooth loss. The aerosol produced by e-cigarettes

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What Does “Deep Bite” Mean and How is it Corrected?

You may have heard your orthodontist mention a deep bite. What exactly does this mean and how can it be fixed? The first visit to an orthodontist can often begin because a patient has crooked or crowded teeth. During their exam, they may hear their dentist mention what is called a deep bite. A deep bite is a malocclusion or misalignment of the teeth in which the top front teeth

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