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    • 11 MAR 20
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    Your Body Benefits from Good Oral Health

    Our bodies benefit in many ways when we are conscientious about taking steps for good oral health. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, more than 90 percent of all systemic diseases (such as Aids or Diabetes) produce oral signs and symptoms. The relationship between your oral health and your overall health provides additional reasons

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    • 07 MAR 20
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    Smiling Sends a Powerful Message to Everyone You Meet

    Smiling is usually the result of a happy situation or a positive outlook on life. Have you ever noticed that people treat you differently when you smile? Smiling can increase happiness and an overall sense of joy to you and to those you encounter. There are many explanations as to why you feel like smiling.

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    • 27 FEB 20
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    Good Nutrition Leads to Healthy Teeth

    What you eat and oral health go hand in hand. Eating nutrient-rich foods from all the food groups promotes healthy teeth and gums. A balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, protein foods, calcium-rich foods and whole grains provides essential nutrients for optimum oral health as well as your overall health. If your diet is low in

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    • 21 FEB 20
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    Snoring Is A Health Risk That Your Dentist Can Help Resolve

    Do you feel tired, irritated or lethargic? One out of five adults in America have mild obstructive sleep apnea, which deprives you of good sleep, resulting in these and other symptoms. Dr. Angela S. Evanson, DDS can help with this annoying and potentially dangerous issue and improve your overall health. What Are the Health Risks

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