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Archive for 2016

  • It's important to keep up regular visits to the dentist to stay up-to-date with your oral health.

    Researchers Find Bacteria in Your Mouth Linked to Increased Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

    One more reason to keep up with frequent visits to the dentist: researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center and New…

  • Cigarettes Change Your Mouth Bacteria

    According to the International Society for Microbial Ecology, cigarettes alter the mouth’s microbiome, which changes the way bacteria break down…

  • Sports Drinks & Your Teeth

    The Olympics are here and athletes will be running, jumping and swimming their way to gold, silver and bronze. Throughout…

  • How to Choose a Healthy Snack

    You are what you eat and that goes for your teeth too. Too much acid or too many sweets can…

  • The “Tooth” about Toothbrushes

    There are a lot of toothbrushes on the market and it can be tough to know which is the right…

  • Researchers Link Gum Disease to Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer’s

    Keeping those pearly whites clean affects more than oral and heart health. Recent studies have shown that oral hygiene could…

  • Studies Show A Link Between Depression and Oral Health

    Recent studies have shown a connection between depression and oral health. Depression is a disease that affects a person’s ability…

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    Are There Dental Health Benefits to Chewing Gum?

    This debate has been going on for years and we’re afraid the answer remains both YES and NO. Many big-brand…

  • Blueberry Extract Could Be a Remedy for Gum Disease

    A new study has found that extracts from blueberries could help fight gum disease. Researchers explained that the extract found…

  • The Link Between Arthritis And Gum Disease

      In recent years, researchers have continued to find a link between periodontitis (gum disease) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). In…