Oral Health

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Top 10 Causes of Bad Breath

Wearing a mask might have caused you to notice that your breath doesn’t smell as great as you thought it did. Not only is bad breath embarrassing, but it could also indicate that there’s a bigger problem at bay. If you want to freshen your breath, we recommend finding out what the cause of your …

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Why Oral Health is Important for Expectant Mothers

If you’re expecting, congratulations! Pregnancy is both fun and strenuous. The excitement of bringing a new life into the world pairs perfectly with busy planning. During pregnancy, your body will experience an increase in hormone levels. Though many people don’t think about the effect hormones have on oral health, your hormones can cause bacterial and …

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Bad Breath 101: Identifying the Causes of this Oral Surgery Malady

Like tooth decay, another common oral health problem around the world is halitosis, or what is commonly known as bad breath. According to statistics, as much as one in every four Americans experience this problem. One time many people tend to experience bad breath is following oral surgery.  While popping those breath mints and practice …

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10 FAQs About Oil-Pulling

Oil pulling is one of the latest holistic trends that have popped up on the internet as a way to enhance oral health. The technique, however, is not new. Oil pulling stems back to over 3,000 years ago as Ayurvedic medicine (traditional Indian system). Its purpose is to remove bacteria to promote oral hygiene. Some …

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Facts About Dental Fluorosis

Fluoride is a very important mineral that helps keep the teeth strong and healthy. It helps protect the teeth from decay, or reverse the early signs of decay when the destruction already exists. It does so by neutralizing or counteracting the harmful effects of the acids produced by decay-causing bacteria. But much like any other …

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