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The Facts about Men’s Dental Health

Men and women may be equal in many ways, but when it comes to good dental health, men are receiving considerably worse marks. A recent study determined that men may be at greater risk for certain health issues as a result of their oral health. In fact, men have been found to have higher rates

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The Risks of Acid Reflux on Teeth

Studies indicate that more than more than 60 million adults experience symptoms of acid reflux each month and about that approximately 20% of people with acid reflux will develop gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). When stomach acid backs up (refluxes), it can affect the teeth, eroding the hard, outer layer of enamel and weakening teeth. These

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The Dental Benefits and Risks of Chewing Sugar-Free Gum

Recent statistics have shown that about 59% of Americans report that they chew gum. Chewing gum that contains sugar can increase the chances of developing a cavity while chewing sugar-free gum can actually help prevent them. Studies have demonstrated that chewing sugar-free gum following snacks or meals can help to neutralize and rinse off the

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Protecting Your Teeth While Participating in Sports

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and while exercise is good for everyone’s health, it’s important to make sure that your teeth are protected. Regardless of the sport or skill level, wearing a mouth guard can help to keep teeth, tongue, lips, jaw and face more secure from injury. Although contact sports may

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The Treatment of Bruxism with Botox

Approximately 40 million adults are affected by the frequent, and usually involuntary grinding, clenching, or gnashing of their teeth, known as bruxism. Bruxism can occur when either awake or during sleep, and in fact, the risks of clenching or grinding at night is increased when clenching occurs during the day. With bruxism, the grinding force

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The Best Dental Practices During Flu Season

This year’s flu virus is known as h3n2, and the Centers for Disease Control says the flu activity has nearly tripled in the last month in a number of states. In South Florida, many people have been feeling the symptoms, and this year the flu seems to be rapidly spreading, with flu season far from

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Improved Facial Appearance With Advanced Tooth Prosthetics

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The Best Solution For Stained Teeth

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