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Gum Disease Patients Nine Times More Likely to Die of COVID-19

In a study published in the online Journal of Clinical Periodontology, researchers found that COVID patients with gum disease were more likely to suffer serious medical complications, including being: 3.5 times more likely to be admitted to intensive care 4.5 times more likely to need a ventilator Nearly nine times more likely to die compared…

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How to Create Good Oral Health Habits for your Kids?

How to prevent tooth decay for your children Even though tooth decay is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases, it’s entirely preventable. How? Tooth decay is preventable with proper oral hygiene. The earlier your child starts to practice good oral hygiene, the faster they will acquire the habits of good oral health care.…

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Marijuana and Oral Health: What You Need to Know

Is smoking weed ruining your teeth? With many states legalizing marijuana either for medicinal or recreational purposes (or both), it won’t be long before researchers will be able to conduct comprehensive studies on the impact of cannabis use on our overall well-being including oral health for the growing number of people using it. For years,…

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Why is Vaping Bad for Your Teeth?

Vaping e-cigarettes has long term effects on your teeth and overall oral health. Visit your dentists to make sure you maintain your oral health. You’ve probably seen the headlines about vaping. There have been serious heart and respiratory issues-and even deaths-that are believed to be caused by vaping. E-cigarettes, one form of vaping, were originally…

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What You Need To Know About Oral Cancer

Photo by Michael Browning on Unsplash April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American Cancer Society, 53,000 Americans will be diagnosed with the disease this year. While the thought of being diagnosed with an aggressive disease like cancer can feel scary, the good news is that with early detection, this is 90% curable.…

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How Your Kids’ Allergies Impact Their Oral Health

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Spring has sprung! The changing of seasons is an exciting time, for sure, but that doesn’t mean it comes without its challenges. Have you noticed any sneezing, sniffling or itchy red eyes from any of your kiddos? It could be springtime allergies, and they could affect their long-term development.…

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Overeating And Your Oral Health

Photo by Lawrson Pinson on Unsplash Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Also known as the Feast of the Patron Saint, this holiday will be celebrated in Ireland and around the world by thousands with food, drink and merriment in the form of music and dancing. St. Patrick’s Day menus will typically feature comfort foods such as…

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The Truth About Sports Drinks: Are They Good or Bad For Teeth?

Photo by Jeffrey F Lin on Unsplash Signs of spring are popping up here and there, making us excited to get outside and do something active! We’re also excited to kick off the MLS and MLB’s spring seasons. In thinking about how these athletes train for their seasons and take care of their bodies, we…

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Toothbrush 101

Photo by Simon Shim on Unsplash Is it time for you to get a new toothbrush? Our dentists recommend that you switch out toothbrushes every three to four months. If it’s about that time for you, you’ve come to the right place! There are a lot of options when it comes to toothbrushes, not to…

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Five Ways Winter Affects Oral Hygiene

Photo by Spencer Backman on Unsplash It’s February and, for many of us, the weather outside is still feeling frightful. No matter where you live, the idea of facing cooler temperatures can put a real damper on things. Harsh winter elements like whipping winds and drier air can produce a negative effect on your oral…

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