Category Archives: Educational

Cardiovascular Disease and Oral Health

  Could a great dental check-up mean great things for your heart? There is more and more research showing evidence of this. Scientists are finding there is a strong link between the health of your gums and the health of your heart.

What are the links between Cardiovascular Disease and Oral Health?

One major link between cardiovascular disease...
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5 Things that could Unexpectedly damage your Dental Health

Most people have a regular routine to clean and maintain their pearly whites. The standard routine usually revolves around “brush, floss, rinse, repeat.”

However, even if you are dedicated to your routine and also do everything your dentist tells you, there’s a good chance that other life pains and pleasures could still damage your teeth...

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Safe Dental Care During Pregnancy

It is very important to maintain routine dental care and the treatment of oral health problems during pregnancy. Improving oral health when pregnant can have a positive effect on overall health, prenatal outcomes and the baby’s future oral health. Concerns are understandable but careful measures are in place to ensure the safety and health of mother and baby.

Dental Care During...

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Top 10 Reasons to Have Regular Dental Cleanings

Good oral hygiene is very important for general health. Poor oral hygiene can result in a variety of dental and medical problems, e.g. gum disease, infections, bone loss, heart disease, strokes and more. Regular check ups and dental cleanings can prevent these problems and help you maintain the best oral hygiene. Six months is recommended or even every three months...
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