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  • Choosing An Individual Dental Plan Option

    Dental checkups and cleanings are the most common type of preventive dental care. Regular checkups enable your dentist to spot and fix little dental issues before they become big problems. Cleanings help prevent dental problems from occurring by removing plaque and tartar from both above and below the gum line.

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Teeth Whitening

    You may be able to brighten your teeth by a shade or two using over-the-counter (OTC) products, but a professional whitening treatment typically provides greater results. Talk to your dentist to see which type of treatment is best for you.

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  • Why Do My Teeth Hurt So Much?

    No matter how devoted you are to at home care, regular exams and professional teeth cleanings are critical. Checkups involve more than a quick peek at your teeth – your dentist will screen you for oral cancer, tooth decay and gum disease. Caught early, these conditions are far easier to manage.

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  • Six Adult Drinks That Will Damage Your Teeth

    Darker beers (stouts and porters, etc.) with delicious roasted malts and barley aren’t really evil either, but can stain your teeth over time. Skip them though, if you recently had a tooth whitening treatment at the dentist, have veneers, or are using at home bleaching strips to ramp up your smile.

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  • What To Do When Nothing Tastes Good

    It’s not uncommon for people to lose their sense of taste either completely or partially for a short period of time and very often a problem with your sense of taste will be connected to your respiratory system. Other reasons that your sense of taste may be impaired include:

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  • Eight Types of Foods You Should Avoid

    Foods with naturally-occurring sugar, like fruit, at least has nutritional benefits (rinse with water after eating) but in general, foods with added sugars – such as sodas, sports drinks, breakfast cereal and snack foods – are just a dietary wasteland that will destroy your smile and your health.

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  • How Does Diabetes Affect Your Oral Health?

    Unless it is well-managed, diabetes can cause blindness, kidney disease, nerve damage and other health problems including gum disease and tooth loss. And oral health issues can also raise your risk of developing diabetes, and make it more difficult to control the disease.

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  • 8 Almost-Unknown Facts About Your Oral Health

    We all know the basics about dental health – brush, floss, avoid sugar, see your dentist regularly for a checkups and cleanings. But did you know that your teeth get thirsty? That you may be damaging your smile while you sleep? And are you sure your dentist really knows what he or she is doing? Learn more. 

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  • Pain After Dental Work?

    Skipping dental checkups and cleanings often result in the need for restorative care, and the longer you avoid the dentist the more likely you are to need expensive, lengthy treatments. If budget constraints are keeping you from seeing your dentist, consider getting a dental plan.

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  • Money Worries Can Run Your Health

    According to a recent survey, we’re far more likely to be fretting about money (45%) – or the lack of it – than our job performance (17%), relationships (23%) or health (28%). But stress has an impact on all areas of your life, from productivity to personal relationships and health.

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