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For the Sake of Your Teeth and Gums, Avoid Using E-Cigarettes

Over the last decade, the use of e-cigarettes—popularly known as vaping—has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry. It's the "in" thing, especially among younger adults, fueled by the widespread Read More

Maintain Your Dental Care During Pregnancy For You and Your Baby

Hearing the words, "You're going to have a baby," can change your life—as surely as the next nine months can too. Although an exciting time, pregnancy can be hectic Read More

4 Things You Can Do As an Adult Caregiver to Ensure Their Best Oral Health

More than 50 million Americans care for an adult neighbor, friend or family member who can't care for themselves. A major part of that care is looking out for Read More

Cracked Mouth Corners: How to Resolve This Irritating Problem

In addition to the usual tooth and gum problems, dentists also see patients with soft tissue infections in and around the mouth. One of the more common of these Read More

5 Tips Students (and Everyone Else) Should Heed for Healthy Teeth and Gums

Though it sounds like an elite academic society, "The Freshman 15" is anything but. The phrase stands for the weight, pegged at 15 pounds, that many incoming students gain Read More

Supermodel Ashley Graham's Unpleasant Dental Encounter With a Frozen Cookie

Ashley Graham has a beautiful and valuable smile—an important asset to her bustling career as a plus-size model and television host. But she recently revealed on Instagram a “confrontation” Read More

Focus on These 4 Oral Health Areas While Caring for an Older Family Member

Millions of people are currently caring for an elderly family member. If that describes your family, then you know how overwhelming that responsibility can be at times. A part of Read More

An Eating Disorder May Show Itself in The Mouth

Although dental care is our primary focus, we dentists are also on the lookout for other health problems that may manifest in the mouth. That's why we're sometimes the Read More

4 Tips for Helping a Senior Adult Keep Their Oral Health

By the time a person passes the half-century mark, they've done quite a bit of living: their share of ups and downs, successes and failures, and joys and sorrows. Read More

Acid Reflux Could Be Damaging Your Teeth

Your tooth enamel is often under assault from oral acid produced by bacteria and certain foods. Unless neutralized, acid can erode your enamel, and lead to destructive tooth decay. But Read More

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