8 11, 2017

There May Be Correlating Symptoms

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The association between oral health and type 2 diabetes has been well established. Dentists are alert to the signals that may indicate an interaction. If there are signs of gum disease along with the presence of tooth decay it may indicate an underlying theme of symptoms. If he suspects a correlation the dentist will recommend [...]

1 11, 2017

Be Mindful Of Changes

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Tooth enamel is the protective coating that makes up the outer layer of your teeth. There is no stronger substance in the human body than tooth enamel but it is not indestructible, it can be chipped away, broken or worn down over time. Because it is so durable tooth enamel can take a lot of [...]

25 10, 2017

The Benefits Abound

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It’s hard to keep from smiling when you feel good about something or see a picture of something that invokes a pleasant memory, and why would you want to? It’s hard to imagine a time when it would so more important not to smile. People who have extremely crooked or discolored teeth, for instance, may [...]

18 10, 2017

Take Steps To Keep Your Tooth Enamel Intact

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If you want to avoid premature tooth loss you have to find ways to preserve your tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is what protects your teeth from the invasion of decay. It is an extremely durable substance but it can be damaged when the acids from the foods and drinks that we consume mix with the [...]

11 10, 2017

Find The Source Of Your Sensitivity

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It isn’t unusual to find that your teeth have become overly sensitive in reaction to hot or cold liquids or even when you take a breath of fresh cool air. Tooth sensitivity can come on suddenly as the result of brushing too hard or using a hard bristle toothbrush, consuming too many acidic foods or [...]