Gingival Recession; How To Protect You

YOU’VE PROBABLY HEARD the expression “long in the tooth.” It conjures up the image of gingival recession as a synonym for growing old, and yet gum recession isn’t always connected to age. This oral health [...]

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Finding Your Perfect Toothpaste

HOW DO YOU choose the right toothpaste out of the wall of colorful boxes on the store shelf? Is it better to get the one that claims cavity prevention, breath-freshening, whitening, sensitivity, or tartar-fighting? Let’s [...]

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Medicine Overlap with Oral Health

POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS are a concern with pretty much every medication that exists. We can all hear the drug commercial voice rattling off a list of them in our heads. Unfortunately, side effects can occur [...]

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Pacifiers; Good To A Point

IT MIGHT BE CLICHÉD to say it, but it’s true that kids grow up fast. They’re constantly outgrowing their clothes, outsmarting your most ingenious baby-proofing techniques, and learning new things. We can’t help you with [...]

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The Decayed Teeth of Early Modern England

THERE WAS SOMETHING rotten in the state of England during the Early Modern Era: everyone’s sweet decayed teeth! The English loved the expensive new commodity of sugar so much that the royalty and nobility were [...]

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