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Genetics and Oral Health: What You Should Know

Genetics and Oral Health: What You Should Know

Proper dental care and oral hygiene go a long ways towards preventing oral health problems. On the other hand, some oral health problems have a hereditary basis, meaning you’re at increased risk if a particular condition runs in your family.…

The Relationship between Dental Health and Dairy Products

The Relationship between Dental Health and Dairy Products

It’s no secret that your hygiene routine is a primary factor in maintaining your teeth. For the most part, drinking enough water with your food and brushing and flossing between meals can help you avoid tooth decay.…

Sparkling Water: Tooth Saver or Hidden Danger

Sparkling Water: Tooth Saver or Hidden Danger

Nearly four years ago, sparkling water hit its stride in the US marketplace when reports revealed that sales numbers had more than doubled. Since then, the market has continued to expand as people continue to turn to sparkling water as a “healthy” alternative to soda — but is it really?…

It’s Flu Season – What That Means for Your Oral Health

It's Flu Season – What That Means for Your Oral Health

 

It starts with a tickle in your throat. You do your best to ignore it, and hope that it doesn’t mean what you think it does. The next day, you wake up with body aches and feeling like you’ve swallowed sandpaper.…

A Guide to Dry Mouth and How it Can Affect Oral Health

Dry Mouth and Oral Health

 

Dry mouth is a huge annoyance. Your tongue and teeth can feel dry and swollen, and no matter how much you try, you just can’t get enough saliva going.

 

These frustrations, however, are just the beginning.…