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The Psychology of Your Smile
A smile is so much more than just a set of teeth, and it’s much more powerful than you may think. In fact, psychological research has suggested that our smiles are the windows to our souls.
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5 Sugarless Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Tis’ the season for sugary treats filling up stockings hung by the fire. As dental professionals, when we see that the majority of stocking stuffers on display in stores are sugary, sticky sweets, we can’t help cringe.
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5 Ways to Lessen Holiday Stress
While the holidays may look a little different this year than in previous years, they’re still exciting nonetheless. However, one similarity, One thing that does remain the same is the holiday stress, which can be a major pain in the neck… and the teeth.
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The Perio Protect Method®
Our total health and ways of improving it have been in the front of many people’s minds recently. With the COVID pandemic still prevalent heading into the summer months, you may be wondering what additional steps you can take to help combat it.
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The Dental Downlow on High Blood Pressure
In the United States alone, there are an estimated 75 million people with high blood pressure, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC.) While there are many ways to prevent and treat high blood pressure, it becomes more challenging when you also suffer from gum disease.
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The Link Between Obesity & Oral Health
What Is Obesity? Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the excess that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to increased health problems and reduced life expectancy.
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What Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Health
Bumps and spots on your tongue can be normal – but at what point is it necessary to have a doctor or dentist check it out, to be certain? A “normal” tongue, the group of muscles attached to the bottom of your mouth, looks pinkish-red, with variations in surface texture.
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