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Cavities and Asthma Connection

Your mouth can display observable symptoms of other medical conditions which makes it a good place to examine and diagnose early symptoms of serious diseases. A trip to the dentist is a good way of preventing dental problems and detecting certain conditions early on. Many people don’t realize it but medical conditions like asthma have…

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Dental Appointments for Special Patients

The oral health challenges faced by special needs patients are as urgent as any member of the society. Their demands require different technique for dentists to be able to render effective dental care for them. They are also considered people with disabilities and with that come additional responsibility and modifications in the way dentists approach…

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Seniors and Dental Visits: Pointers and Tips

Dental health care is important starting at a young age until you get to your senior years. The mouth can be a playground for bacteria and other diseases if not taken care of. This makes dental appointments a must especially for seniors that are more prone to serious medical conditions and dental problems like tooth…

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Baby Boomers; Their High Risk of Root Decay

The baby boomer generation is all entering a new phase in their lives. This generation is finally in their senior years and with that comes all the good and the bad when it comes to their dental health. It’s true that people tend to live longer nowadays because of all the technological advancements and activities they can…

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Best Eats for Dental Health

The effects of your daily diet on your dental health are definitely evident in many ways. This is why we often hear dentists reprimand the inevitable consumption of sugary foods and drinks and other foods that endanger the oral health. There is often a stress on what not to eat and less information about the…

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Caffeine and Dental Health: Love and Hate Relationship

Coffee is a great way to start the day. Most people would grab a cup of Joe first thing in the morning as a daily routine. It doesn’t stop there. A second and a third might come in handy throughout the day. Like any food or drink that pass through your mouth, this daily habit…

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The Link between Oral Health and Weight Loss

You can think of your mouth as the gate to your body. The more you put junk in your body, the more waste you have to deal with. This means more trip to your dentist for a dental 24 hour service. And by junk, this means sodas, chips, and candies. Your favorite sugary and salty treats…

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