Do You Have a Cracked Tooth?

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In many cases in which your teeth are damaged, you will probably know it right away. You may feel pain, there may be blood and pieces of your broken tooth. But what about the damage that isn’t so obvious? It is possible that you may have a cracked tooth and... Read more »

Tooth Hazards to Avoid for a Beautiful Smile

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Your teeth were created to be strong enough to handle most edible foods, but they are not tough enough to handle everything. Here are some dangerous tooth hazards to avoid so you can maintain your strong and beautiful smile: - Avoid opening food packages or bottles with your mouth. This... Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Dental Sealants

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Have you ever wished it was easier to keep your teeth safe from the hazards of cavities and tooth decay? Although following daily oral health care habits such as brushing and flossing are extremely effective in keeping oral health risks at bay, it is conceivable to suffer from bad techniques... Read more »

Can Gum Be Used to Clean Your Mouth?

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Whether sugarless gum is good for your oral health is a hotly debated topic. Although individuals with jaw disorders should not be chewing gum, there is evidence to suggest that benefits can be had from chewing gum, especially after meals. Can gum be used to clean your mouth? Consider the... Read more »

How Plaque Creates Cavities

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Did you know that your teeth and gums (and tongue) are not the only things living in your mouth? There is a virtually invisible community of bacteria residing in your mouth. The average adult has 100 to 200 species of bacteria living in their mouth. Even those taking good care... Read more »