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How to Get Whiter Teeth Naturally

Posted On: Oct 13, 2015

Everyone knows that having a nice smile makes for a nicer appearance but, many of the foods you eat and the drinks you consume can stain your teeth. If you want to have whiter teeth naturally, try these foods and drinks that do it for you.
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The Stunning Relationship between Teeth and Diabetes

Posted On: Oct 6, 2015

According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes kills more Americans each year than breast cancer and AIDS combined. With this type of danger in mind, it is also important to understand the connection between oral health and diabetes.
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4 Bad Habits That Are Also Bad For Your Teeth

Posted On: Sep 15, 2015

There are more than a few everyday habits that seem innocent but which may actually be doing damage to your mouth, and harming your teeth. Here are the worst offenders and how to avoid them.
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What is TMJ – Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome?

Posted On: Sep 1, 2015

Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects your jawbone to your skull and acts like a sliding hinge between the two. (It is pronounced as tem-puh-roe-mun-DIB-u-lur). TMJ disorders can cause pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles that control jaw movement.
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Oral Health Care News – Help for Older Americans

Posted On: Aug 25, 2015

Now and then it seems, the US Congress can be depended upon to take positive action on behalf of their constituents. Though this seems to take place rarely enough, when this does happen, and when the benefits relate directly to the oral health of our readers, the Dental Health Blog will share the information with you.
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Study: Energy Drinks are Bad for your Teeth

Posted On: Aug 11, 2015

Who knew there could be so many ways to affect your oral health and harm your teeth? At the Dental Health Blog, our goal is to keep you informed on the latest news that can help you maintain or improve your dental health for the long term.
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How a Healthy Mouth Makes for a Healthy Body

Posted On: Aug 4, 2015

In an article at Medical News Today, we learn about past and ongoing research that has led researchers to conclude that oral health is far more important than even your dentist may have believed. In fact, a range of studies offers increasing proof that the health of your mouth has a direct effect on the health of the rest of your body; from your brain to your heart to your gut.
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Replace Teeth in a Day – Your Expectations vs. Reality

Posted On: Jul 21, 2015

Have you seen the advertising, "New teeth in just one day"?
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Dental Implant Basics – Dental Implants FAQ #4

Posted On: Jul 14, 2015

Here at the Dental Health Blog, our singular goal is to educate and inform our Littleton area community about dental health, best practices among prosthodontists, and the latest news about prosthetic dentistry. With this in mind, here are some basic facts about dental implants: their use and effectiveness as a viable tooth replacement therapy.
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7 Worst Foods for Your Teeth

Posted On: Jul 12, 2015

Of course, when it comes to foods that are bad for your teeth, the worst offenders will usually fall into three types: sugars that increase cavity-causing acids, hard substances that weaken tooth enamel, and liquids that dry out your mouth. If you find it impossible to stop ingesting these foods, immediately rinsing your mouth with water will help, while regular brushing and flossing remains critical.
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Report – Adult Dental Health in the US

Posted On: Jun 30, 2015

While we hope to educate with the information we share at The Dental Health Blog, we also like to inform. So, when we have good news to report, we like to do that too. A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), offers us the opportunity to do just that; examine the overall dental health of adults in the US.
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Total Tooth Replacement Need Not Be Frightening

Posted On: Jun 23, 2015

When you’ve lost all of your teeth, whether due to oral disease or a catastrophic accident, the prospect of total tooth replacement can be more than daunting – it can be frightening. Will oral surgery be necessary, and will that surgery be painful? It does not have to be.
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Dental Implants – A Long-term Tooth Replacement Therapy

Posted On: Jun 2, 2015

The implant itself, essentially a titanium screw, is surgically set into the jawbone to replace the lost tooth root. An abutment is then placed into the implant, creating a safe, stable point of contact between the screw and your new tooth. When these steps have been completed, a prosthetic tooth is set upon the abutment, usually a crown, completing your tooth replacement therapy.
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Patients Are Happy with Dental Implants

Posted On: May 26, 2015

As the popularity of implant dentistry continues to grow, so too does research into patient satisfaction with dental implants as a tooth replacement therapy. It should probably come as no surprise that, when it comes to how patients feel about themselves and the way they look, their oral health and tooth loss has a direct effect on their self-esteem.
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Smoothies and Fruit Juice Too Much of a Good Thing for your Teeth?

Posted On: May 19, 2015

An article from 2012 in the British newspaper The Telegraph, raised the question of whether the increasing popularity of smoothies and fruit juice drinks, especially for children, may be too much of a good thing gone wrong. It seems that, with adults making an effort to increase the amounts of fruits and vegetables in their children’s diets, the use of these increasingly popular drinks has had an unintended consequence – leading to increased tooth decay among kids in the UK.
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Dental Implant Basics – Dental Implants FAQ #3

Posted On: May 12, 2015

Here at the Dental Health Blog, our singular goal is to educate and inform our Littleton area community about dental health, best practices among prosthodontists, and the latest news about prosthetic dentistry. With this in mind, here are some basic facts about dental implants: their use and effectiveness as a viable tooth replacement therapy.
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Dental Implant Basics – Dental Implants FAQ #2

Posted On: May 5, 2015

Here at the Dental Health Blog, our singular goal is to educate and inform our Littleton area community about dental health, best practices among prosthodontists, and the latest news about prosthetic dentistry. With this in mind, here are some basic facts about dental implants: their use and effectiveness as a viable tooth replacement therapy.
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5 Tips for a Brighter Smile

Posted On: Apr 28, 2015

It should go without saying that everything you put in your mouth affects your body – including your mouth and the teeth it contains. Eating well and using proper oral hygiene are critical to keeping whiter teeth and having a smile you’re always happy to use.
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Types of Fillings for Dental Cavities

Posted On: Apr 21, 2015

One of the greatest advantages of the technology revolution in our lifetime is the advances in medical treatments, including dentistry. While fillings for cavities continue to follow a familiar pattern of drilling and filling, the materials available today are safer and healthier to use than ever before. While amalgam fillings, what most of us refer to as "silver fillings" are still the most common, the use of gold, resin, plastic, ceramic, and ionomer fillings have become far more common than ever before.
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Dental Implant Basics – Dental Implants FAQ

Posted On: Apr 14, 2015

Here at the Dental Health Blog, our singular goal is to educate and inform our Littleton area community about dental health, best practices among prosthodontists, and the latest news about prosthetic dentistry. With this in mind, here are some basic facts about dental implants: their use and effectiveness as a viable tooth replacement therapy.
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