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Why Oral Health Is So Important: A Window to Your Overall Health!

Chances are, you’ve heard before that different systems of your body are interconnected.  If one of them goes out of whack, it can work like a domino and knock over one or more of your other systems.  So you might

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Dealing with Dental Anxiety: How Can Sedation Dentistry Help

If you long for a relaxing visit to your dentist that is free from anxiety, you are not alone. While a little anxiety is normal before your dental visit, it can become a big problem if it keeps you out

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Tooth Sensitivity: How to deal with it and understanding why your teeth are sensitive

If you’ve ever felt pain or aching sensitivity when you eating something cold, hot, or sweet, you aren’t alone. Tooth Sensitivity affects 57% of the population. At least 40 million adults in the United States have suffered with it, since

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Ways to Deal with TMJ

If you have pain when you chew or yawn, you may already be familiar with TMJ. TMJ, also known as temporomandibular disorder, is usually caused by inflammation of the chewing muscles. Here are some great ways to deal with TMJ!

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The Effects of Sugar on the Body & Dental Health

Many of us likely suffer from a condition we call “The Sweet Tooth”. It can be a hard and difficult condition to live with, leaving you craving anything sugary in sight. You probably indulge in these delicious treats more than

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When should my child start going to the dentist?

Dental health guidelines for parents of young children When you have kids it feels like you constantly have to keep up with their always-changing bodies. Checkups at the doctors, vaccinations, discovering food allergies, vision care, and so much more. We’re

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