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Gum Care Awareness Month

September Is Gum Care Awareness Month However, if you want to live a long and healthy life, it’s best to transform it into a gum care awareness year. Healthy gums are essential to a healthy body, and a healthy body is essential to longevity, so continue reading for tips on maintaining healthy gums. Many people don’t realize the importance of…

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Basic Dental Care in Bradenton

The journey to proper oral hygiene begins at home with basic dental care. For those who don’t know, basic dental care is defined as your daily oral care routine. It refers to not only your teeth but also your whole mouth and gums. To maintain a healthy smile that you can be proud of, you have to follow a basic…

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Uncover the Truth About Root Canal Treatment

No one has ever jumped for joy when a dentist says they need a root canal, but it isn’t anything to worry about either. About 15 million root canals are performed every year; it’s a very common procedure. Despite this, people who have never had one before fear it is a painful procedure. Actually, you shouldn’t experience any pain during…

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What to Expect With a Tooth Extraction

If you need a tooth extraction, you’re probably dreading the experience. You’re not alone, more than 75 percent of adults agree with you, and there’s even a word for it: odontophobia. Since the dentist’s office is full of noisy power tools – including the high-speed drill – and very sharp medical instruments, it’s understandable that you’d be fearful of it.…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

If hot, cold, sweet, or acidic foods make your teeth hurt, then you may have sensitive teeth. For some, cold air can generate the same type of pain. If avoiding your outdoor activities and the foods you enjoy doesn’t sound appealing, then learn how to treat and stop your tooth sensitivity. If you have sensitive teeth, you can be miserable…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

It’s important to realize that poor dental hygiene habits can lead to a lifetime of negative repercussions to your dental and overall physical health. This makes it imperative that you stay on top of brushing and flossing your teeth every day. Failing to do so increases your risk of developing serious illnesses and chronic health problems. The first step you…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Yellowed, stained teeth can zap your self-confidence. Fortunately, your dentist has solutions that can help you get your bright, white smile back. You don’t have be embarrassed to smile anymore. Why Do Teeth Become Discolored? Eventually, everyone’s teeth discolor with age. The outer layer of the teeth, called the enamel, begins to wear away, exposing the yellower second layer, the…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

Johnson & Johnson patented the first commercial waxed and unwaxed dental floss in 1898. For more than a century, dentists have been urging their patients to floss once a day. Still, only about 30 percent of Americans floss every day. Even more shocking, about 20 percent of individuals never floss their teeth. We’ve known for a long time how flossing…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Learning About Periodontal Disease Tooth decay and cavities are well known dangers to the state of your oral and overall health. However, did you know that gum disease is just as harmful? Medically known as periodontal disease, gum disease is a group of conditions that leads to tooth loss and dangerous consequences to your health. In order to increase your…

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Brush Up on the Benefits of Brushing

Just about everyone is aware of the fact that you should brush your teeth on a consistent basis. It’s something that has been drilled into us time and time again since we were small children. Because of this, you may be wondering why you need to educate yourself on how to brush your teeth. The reason is simple. Brushing your…

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