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Benefits of Dental Implants

by Editorial Team April 12th, 2019 | Dental Health





Dental implants can completely transform your appearance. Missing teeth make you look like a different person. Even if you’re appearance isn’t affected, gaps in your mouth can make it difficult to chew, especially if you’ve lost one of your lower molars. 





False teeth used to be made of unnatural, bizarre looking materials. The field has changed dramatically. Modern dental implants look and feel almost exactly like real teeth. There’s no need to feel uncomfortable about your mouth. Problems can be fixed. 





According to https://www.everhartdental.com/, “Implants are titanium posts

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Preventative Dentistry Tips for the Best Oral Health

by Editorial Team May 18th, 2018 | Dental Health
Oral hygiene might not be the first thing you think about when it comes to self-care. But neglecting to properly care for your teeth can come with consequences.

When bacteria are left to fester in your mouth, cavities form. Additionally, you could be placing yourself at high risk of periodontal disease.

According to the CDC, poor oral hygiene can cause serious problems such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Cavities and gum disease, if not treated, can result in teeth loss. When missing teeth are not replaced, you lose the ability to chew on foods that the body needs in
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Where Is Best to Go in London to Get the Teeth You Want

by Editorial Team November 16th, 2016 | Dental Health
When it comes to getting cosmetic dentistry in the UK, there are a number of specialist dentists in London that you can visit if you’re considering changing your teeth to style them into the teeth that you want. Diet and nutrition have a huge impact on your teeth, and because of this it is important that you look after your diet in order to have shining teeth at all times. However, this does not always happen, and everything from diet to bad genetics or even your teeth simply being knocked out of place or chipped by accident can cause
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Heart and Gum Disease: Health Connection

by R. Carnavale May 15th, 2012 | Dental Health, Illness
There’s a strong link between gum disease and heart disease and strokes; however, gum disease hasn’t been definitively proven to cause heart disease or strokes, according to a scientific statement issued in Circulation, an American Heart Association (AHA) journal. After reviewing more than 500 studies, researchers Peter Lockhart and Ann F. Bolger determined that currently, there is no conclusive evidence to indicate that gum disease causes heart disease or strokes: “Much of the literature is conflicting, but if there was a strong causative link, we would know that by now,” he says. Lockhart suggests a large, long-term study is
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Toothbrush Care

by MPK July 16th, 2010 | Dental Health
You know that you need to care for your teeth.  You should brush your teeth twice daily using an ADA approved toothbrush and toothpaste.  Flossing should be part of your daily dental care also.  Finally, you should visit a dentist every six months for a check-up and cleaning.

However, your dental care doesn't end there.  Did you know that you need to care for your toothbrush?  While it doesn't require a lot of time to care for your toothbrush, it is important that you follow these suggestions.  Caring for your toothbrush will keep your teeth healthier and looking their best. 
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