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  • Periodontal Disease Increases The Risk Of Cancer

    The study also found strong correlations between periodontal disease and specific sorts of cancer. The highest risk was cancer of the esophagus — which was more than three times more likely in women with periodontal disease.

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  • How Popcorn Can Cause Gum Abscesses

    Popcorn can be a healthy snack, containing plenty of fiber, and even some antioxidants. So, what’s not to like about it? Ask your periodontist or dental hygienist that question, and they may reply with just two words: gum abscess.

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  • Dental Emergency: No Insurance and Toothaches Fill the ER

    A study by the American Dental Association found that every 15 seconds a patient comes into the ER for a dental emergency. The ADA estimates that 79% of the visits could have been better addressed by a visit to the dentist.

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  • Protect your teeth while playing sports

    Helmets, knee pads, shin guards … anyone who plays sports or has an athletic kid is familiar with this protective gear. But unless your sport is football or hockey, you may have only seen mouth guards in the aisle of your local sports or drug store.

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  • Can Dental Treatment Cause Hearing Loss?

    Sudden hearing loss, which may also include symptoms such as ringing in your ear, a feeling that your ear or sinuses are blocked, and dizziness, can potentially be caused by inflammation following dental work.

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  • Jaw Pain Due to Injury

    An accident or a sudden blow to the face can cause severe jaw pain and injury. Learn how to recognize a potentially broken or dislocated jaw—and what to do about it.

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  • How to Fix Chipped, Cracked, or Broken Teeth

    Chipped and cracked teeth are among the most common traumatic dental injuries. But teeth that are treated appropriately—and in a timely manner—have the best chance for a full recovery.

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  • Have You Experienced A Traumatic Dental Injury?

    Dental injuries can result from auto accidents, sports mishaps, falls, and many other causes. People who suffer from a traumatic dental injury need prompt first aid and appropriate treatment.

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  • How Do I Stop Tooth Pain?

    Tooth pain may be severe or mild; it may happen only occasionally, or increase over time. But whatever the case, it requires your attention—tooth pain indicates a problem in your mouth.

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  • Gum Abscesses: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment Options

    Most of the time, it will be painfully obvious if you have a gum abscess: This condition may develop suddenly, and can cause intense discomfort. It requires prompt professional treatment.

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