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How Adults Can Benefit From Braces

January 22, 2018.Individuals

Many people think that braces are only for kids or teenagers. But today, more adults are investing in their oral health than ever before. In fact, the number of adults seeking braces has increased significantly in recent years. At the same time, more people are also attempting do-it-yourself methods of straightening teeth. This can cause irreparable damage to teeth. If you’re interested in straightening your teeth, make sure to consult your dentist first.

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How Winter Impacts Your Oral Health

January 8, 2018.Individuals

Watching the snow fall, ice skating and warming up by the fire are some of the best parts of winter. But we’ve all experienced some of the downsides of wintertime, including how the cold can affect your body. Cold weather can be harsh not just on your skin, but on your teeth, too. But this winter, you have more to smile about. We’re sharing tips on how to manage winter’s effects on your oral health.

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Three New Year’s Resolutions for Your Oral Health

December 19, 2017.Individuals.#health

Believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions. This year, try to include one that also benefits your oral health. After all, the health of your teeth and gums can play a major role in your overall health. Here are some resolutions to help make your smile your healthiest yet.

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Five Tooth-Healthy Holiday Treats

December 5, 2017.Individuals

The holidays are a time to celebrate with family and friends. But often, that comes with consuming sweet treats that may not be the healthiest option. Luckily, it’s easy to add tooth-healthy options to your favorite holiday refreshments. This holiday season, celebrate with these five treats that are both delicious and beneficial to your oral health.

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National Diabetes Month: Oral Health Risks Associated With Diabetes

November 13, 2017.Individuals

Millions of Americans live with diabetes, which impacts both overall health and oral health. If you’re living with diabetes, knowing how it can impact oral health and what you can do about it will help you better protect your teeth and gums.

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