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Dental Tips for Pregnant Patients

When you’re expecting, dental health is an important consideration, not only for you, but for your new addition also. Ideally, you may want to make a dental appointment when you are planning your pregnancy in order to have your teeth professionally cleaned, your oral health examined, and any problems treated in advance. Your dentist will

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Reducing the Risks to Your Child’s Teeth While Playing Sports

It’s almost summer and there are so many great benefits for children who play summer sports. Among these are the physical activity, social interaction, self-esteem building, along with encouragement of healthy eating habits and a check with the doctor and dentist before beginning. While exercise is good for every child’s health, it’s important to make

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How Your Diet Can Affect Your Dental Health

What you eat and drink can make a difference in the condition of your teeth and gums, and a nutritious, well-balanced diet is vital for great dental health. When your diet lacks the proper nutrients, it may cause the tissues in your mouth to be less capable of fighting off infection and disease. Therefore, those

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Women and Oral Health

March Is National Women’s Month….so Let’s focus on women! It is essential that everyone take care of their oral health but females have special oral health considerations during different phases of life. Hormonal changes during menstruation, pregnancy, lactation, and menopause not only cause bloating, moodiness hot flashes and irritability but also take its toll on

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