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    • 25 OCT 18
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    Keeping Your Natural Teeth for Life

    Did you know that growing older doesn’t mean you have to eventually lose your teeth? Patients over 55 often see oral health changes as they age. However, there are ways to combat thinning enamel and tooth loss. Dentures, partials and implants can definitely restore your smile if you have lost teeth. However, find out how

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    • 18 OCT 18
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    More Sugar, More Cavities

    Sugar is directly linked to tooth decay, which is the oral health disease you know as “cavities”. The more sugar you eat, the more that sugar can damage your teeth. However, it also depends on how often you eat sugar and how well you take care of your teeth. Other factors such as wearing braces,

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    • 11 OCT 18
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    Avoiding and Combatting Tooth Erosion

    The teeth are made up of almost pure mineral content. However, they can break down just like any other type of tissue if they have the right substance working on them. If that substance is any form of acid, it will strip away minerals and erode your teeth. Tooth erosion can happen from the foods

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    • 04 OCT 18
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    Pregnancy Oral Health

    Pregnancy brings about countless changes to your hormones and to your body as a baby grows. Not only can you experience changes such as weight gain, swelling and mood shifts, but you can also see physical signs of change with your mouth. Hormones may cause your gums to bleed more, become inflamed or to have

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