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    • 25 FEB 19
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    Help for TMJ

    If you suffer from the effects of TMJ, then you likely experience mouth and jaw pain, sometimes on a daily basis. TMJ stands for “temporomandibular joint” and this is a joint located on the side of the face. When patients have problems with this joint, swelling, pain, popping sounds, headaches and more can happen. The

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    • 18 FEB 19
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    Preparing for a Root Canal

    Nobody wants a cavity, but they happen millions of times a year for Americans. When cavities aren’t found promptly with biannual dental exams, they can grow large. When a cavity gets so large that it affects the nerves of your teeth, a root canal may be needed. This is when a tooth is completely cleaned

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    • 12 FEB 19
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    Sugar, Artificial Sweeteners and Your Teeth

    When sugar mixes with that bacteria, it creates the sticky, acidic plaque that decays your teeth. Because of this, many people use artificial sweeteners instead of sugar. Are those artificial sweeteners really better for your teeth?   How Cavities Form Have you ever looked in the mirror at your teeth and seen clear, cruddy goo

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    • 05 FEB 19
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    Ways to “Love” Your Smile in February

    February is the month of love. No matter if you give some of your love to another, you should definitely save some love for yourself. You can do that by showing your smile a little extra love this month. Use these tips to help get a healthier, whiter smile that is less likely to decay

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