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Women and Gum Disease

According to an article from the American Academy of Periodontology, there are a few characteristics that are unique to women which may increase their vulnerability to gum disease. Of course, whatever the cause, there are things that all women can do to prevent gum disease. Puberty During puberty, an increased level of sex hormones, such…

Gum Disease Linked to Overall Health of Your Body

Numerous studies have found definitive links between gum disease and heart problems, stroke, stomach problems, diabetes, and problems with pregnancy. For many years it’s been accepted that the bacteria in plaque that builds up between the teeth and gums can enter the bloodstream and, travelling throughout the body, can cause other serious health problems. Furthermore,…

The Truth about Teeth in a Day Tooth Replacement Therapy

It may seem that we address this subject too often but, because we are asked about it regularly in our Littleton area prosthodontist office, the question of teeth in a day must be addressed. With this in mind, one of the more common questions we’re asked is “Can I get new teeth in just one…

7 Most Popular Toothpaste Brands

Toothpastes are one of the few products a person stays with for a lifetime. If she used it when he first began brushing her teeth, she is likely still using it. If she has kids of her own, she is teaching them to brush their teeth with her favorite brand. So, take with a grain…

Gum Disease Connected to Systemic Diseases

Oral infections and gum disease are on the rise, even in the most advanced countries with the best health care systems. Perhaps more disturbing is the increasingly apparent connection between gum disease and debilitating diseases. Recently, it has been recognized that oral infection, especially periodontitis, may affect the course and pathogenesis of a number of…

5 Tips to Keep Your Teeth Healthy for Life

While it may seem an obvious thing to say, it can never be overstated that basic oral hygiene is the key to helping you keep your teeth healthy for life. And, while we’ve all been taught the basics all of our lives, a gentle reminder now and then ca never hurt. With that in mind……

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