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Vaping and Your Oral Health

Vaping and Your Oral Health

Tobacco smoking dates all the way back to 5000 BC, used in the Americas during Shamanistic rituals. It wasn't until the arrival of the European in the 16th century that the growth, use, and trading of tobacco become popular. Following the reconstruction era of the...

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Be honest: How old is YOUR toothbrush?

Be honest: How old is YOUR toothbrush?

Did you know that as toothbrush bristles wear down, they become less effective? Independent studies that assessed plaque after brushing have confirmed that after 3 months of use twice daily, toothbrushes removed less plaque, especially where adjacent teeth contact...

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What is Biofilm on Your Teeth?

What is Biofilm on Your Teeth?

Most people are familiar with biofilm, even if they haven’t heard that term for it. Biofilm is another word for plaque buildup. When plaque forms over the teeth, it eventually becomes a film of bacteria that sticks to the surface of the teeth. It’s not visible to the...

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Gum Pockets: Causes and Cures

Gum Pockets: Causes and Cures

Taking care of your teeth is important for your overall well-being. Many common dental problems can be prevented by brushing and flossing every day, as well as annual visits to the dentist. One of the most crucial parts of dental hygiene is gum care. The importance of...

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Importance of Healthy Gums

Importance of Healthy Gums

Every trip to the dentist comes with the same dreaded question: do you floss? While brushing every day is generally a given, there are far fewer people consistently flossing. According to the CDC, “47.2% of adults aged 30 years and older have some form of periodontal...

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What Is Gum Disease?

What Is Gum Disease?

As you eat, food particles become lodged in every crevice of your mouth. If left untouched, these food particles will provide the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. The bacteria then eat away at the food particles, your teeth, and your gums. As the bacteria builds,...

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What Is Gum Recession?

What Is Gum Recession?

Did you know there are five sides to a tooth—the distal, facial, incisal, lingual, and mesial? When you brush your teeth, you only reach three of those five. Brushing is necessary to prevent cavities and plaque from building up along your teeth. But without the other...

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