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You know that gum disease contributes to a number of oral health issues including decay and tooth loss. But did you know that gum disease can promote other health issues, including high blood pressure (hypertension)? Recent findings from the study of a 2009-2014 National Health...

Calcium is one of the best nutrients for a healthy mouth, and the most popular calcium-rich foods are dairy products. But sensitivity to dairy and diet preferences excluding dairy products lead to a lower daily intake of calcium.  The good news is, a number of...

If good dental health is important to you then you probably know that brushing twice a day and flossing daily along with visiting your dentist regularly for checkups are some of the most important steps to keep your mouth healthy. But did you also know...

Celebrities are known for having a lot of things--talent, fame, and fortune, just to name a few. Another commonality among celebrities? Straight, bright and beautiful smiles. Though it seems like celebrities are otherworldly creatures who have everything just right, the truth is they are human...

In our last article, we discussed a few vegan food choices that help aid in maintaining good dental health. If you are Vegan, you probably already know that a diet void of the proper amount of protein and other nutrients needed to maintain healthy teeth...

One question that’s often heard in cosmetic dentistry is, “Can you make my smile look like Julia Roberts (or some other celebrity with a megawatt smile)?” Like everything else concerning our physical appearances, celebrities have a big influence on how we think we would like...

If you’re a caregiver for an elderly parent or relative, you know what a big job caring for another person entails. There are meals to prepare, doctor’s appointments to attend, clothes to wash, rooms to clean and baths to be given. Dental health often slips...

Human immunodeficiency virus, better known as HIV, is a virus that attacks a specific T4 cell in the body called CD4. Without treatment, HIV will attack so many CD4 cells that your body will eventually no longer be able to fight off disease and infections...

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