Month: July 2018

Oral Health 07/25/2018

One of the reasons people don’t particularly enjoy going to the dentist is that after certain types of procedures, the patient ends up with a numb mouth for several hours. It can be inconvenient (speaking can become difficult), it can be embarrassing (thanks, drooling!), and it can have a significant impact on the things a […]

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Oral Health 07/23/2018

When it comes to flossing, most people will either give you a blank stare or reply with a lukewarm: “I do it sometimes.” While it may be an unpopular activity, it’s an essential one if you want to keep your teeth and gums in good condition. This is because every time you eat a meal, […]

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Oral Health 07/22/2018

There are usually two camps of people: Those who find joy in brushing their teeth religiously (for two full minutes each time), flossing every day, and using mouthwash after every brushing. Then there are those who do the bare minimum to keep their pearly whites clean. Regardless of which group you feel most comfortable in, […]

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Oral Health 07/18/2018

You’ve probably been hearing about cavities since you were a child: From parents to TV commercials, there are plenty of warnings about what can happen when a person doesn’t have a good oral hygiene regimen. But other than basic information, how much do you truly know about cavities? How common are they? How do you […]

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Oral Health 07/14/2018

When you are sick with a cold or the flu, you are suddenly hyper-aware of how germs are everywhere: From coughing, sneezing, blowing your nose, and drooling on your pillows when you pass out from exhaustion. But even if you stay home from work and limit your activity level, there are things that must go […]

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