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What You Can Do to Stop Your Gums from Bleeding

What You Can Do to Stop Your Gums from Bleeding

 

When you brush or floss, you may notice a little bit of blood coming from your gums. While many people brush this off as normal, gum bleeding and sensitivity are signs of inflammation, and potentially underlying disease.…

As You Age, Your Dental Care Tools Need to Change

As a natural part of getting older, you may have noticed the body and all its parts don’t always work exactly as they used to. Your mouth and everything in it is no different.

 

After the age of 50, your oral health begins to change.…

Denture Pain and What You Can Do About It

 

 

If you have new dentures, it’s normal to experience mild pain or discomfort in the first few weeks as your mouth adjusts. You may also experience some pain with dentures you’ve had for some time as your gums and bone structure change.…

The Relationship between Oral Health and Strokes

 

 

When most of us think of dental health, we think of the health of our teeth and gums. However, your dental health is actually intrinsically linked to the well being of your entire body.…

“I Think You Should See the Dentist… for Your Breath”

Bad breath is no fun…for anyone involved. If you suffer from bad breath (or “halitosis”), you may shy away from speaking freely with friends, family, and coworkers for fear of embarrassment.…