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Category: Health And Wellness

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How to Recognize and Treat an Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth can be painful or completely pain-free, but it always requires treatment and professional diagnosis to fully disappear.  Dental abscesses are relatively common, but they aren’t well understood. Abscesses can occur at any age, so it’s important for adults and children alike to know the symptoms of an abscessed tooth. An abscess is
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Autoimmune Diseases and Your Oral Health

Autoimmune diseases can impact your oral health — here are the conditions that may require extra attention to dental care.   Your immune system defends your body from harmful bacteria and viruses but in autoimmune diseases, a disruption in your immune system can cause it to attack your own tissue. Millions of Americans suffer from autoimmune

Can Pregnancy Impact Your Oral Health?

Pregnancy affects nearly every part of your body, and your dental health is no exception.  Pregnancy affects nearly every part of your body, including your mouth and teeth. For expecting mothers, oral health concerns might take a backseat to more common symptoms of pregnancy. But, even though going to the dentist probably isn’t a top

Tips to Keep Your Teeth Healthy Over the Holidays

Your holiday eating habits can damage your teeth and lead to cavities — for a healthy smile, follow these dos and don’ts.   You know holiday feasting can take a toll on your figure, but what you may not know is that the holidays can also take a toll on your teeth. It’s alright to indulge
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The Link Between Diabetes and Dental Health

Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can increase your risk of gum disease and infection, meaning diabetics should pay special attention to oral health care.  Diabetes can affect nearly every part of your body, and your mouth is no exception. If left untreated, diabetes can alter your teeth, gums, and saliva. Fortunately, there are