• 02 MAY 17
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    5 Alternative Treatments for Calming Dental Anxiety

    Dental anxiety, or dentophobia, is a common fear, one often rooted in a traumatic childhood experience. As many as one in five Americans only go to the dentist when absolutely necessary, and 5 to 8 percent of people are so anxious, they refuse dental treatment of any kind. Don’t let your dental anxiety prevent you

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    • 02 FEB 17
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    How Gum Disease Affects Your Overall Health

    You probably know that brushing twice a day, flossing, and regularly seeing your dentist are good oral health habits, but did you know that the health of your mouth can affect the rest of your body? There’s a strong connection between gum disease and many other health problems. Fortunately, with proper dental hygiene, you can help keep

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    • 22 MAR 16
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    Is It Sinus Or Tooth Pain?

    It’s spring–that beautiful time of year when everything is in bloom. But for allergy sufferers, spring may forecast a season of struggle and discomfort. Spring allergens can cause nasal inflammation and lead to sinus infections.  What does all of this have to do with your teeth? Plenty. On top of everything else a sinus infection

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    • 02 MAR 16
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    What Are The Signs Of Nighttime Tooth Grinding?

    Do you grind your teeth at night? This sleep disorder – formally called bruxism – often goes undiagnosed because people simply don’t know they do it. However, this unconscious habit erodes tooth enamel, causes jaw problems, leads to teeth abnormalities, and can damage fillings and crowns. Based on this information, it’s clearly important to find out if

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