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Lower Your Risks

Gum disease in it’s earliest form is a common complaint among dental patients. Our mouths are full of natural bacteria, most of which is harmless but some of which feeds on the sugar and starch in the foods that we eat to form the sticky substance we call plaque. Gingivitis develops as an inflammation of…
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Fine Tune Your Routine

If you have suffered the consequences of gum disease or if you are just one of those people who are concerned enough to be diligent about a regimen for good oral health you might consider doing more than brushing and flossing on a daily basis. Patients who have undergone the deep cleaning process of scaling…
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Restore Lost Resistance

The enamel is what protects the more sensitive parts of your tooth from being invaded by harmful bacteria. Tooth enamel is extremely strong but it can be worn down. As we age so does our tooth enamel and like other parts of our body it will eventually show signs of erosion. But age is not…
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Is Flossing Really Necessary?

The recent report by the American Press concerning the validity of flossing our teeth has led to a lot of controversy for professionals and the public alike. The report states in essence that there is just not enough proof to support the longtime belief that flossing every day is a legitimate preventive for tooth decay.…
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