Pregnant with Gum Disease? Avoid Birth Complications with These 4 Tips

Posted on: 18 February 2016

It's common knowledge that gum disease can cause severe damage to your oral health, with effects like gum recession and tooth loss. However, did you know that it can also have a harmful and irreversible impact on the rest of your body? Studies indicate that gum disease can increase your risk of problems like heart disease. More importantly for pregnant women, it's also been linked to premature birth and low birth weight babies.
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Tips Designed to Hasten Recovery Time After Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on: 28 January 2016

Wisdom teeth are the third molars that are in the furthest back region of your mouth. Healthy wisdom teeth do not require removal, but when wisdom teeth become impacted or do not emerge normally, they do need to be extracted. This type of procedure is fairly common at most dental clinics, but it is important that you are aware of recovery instructions that are designed to help you speed up the amount of time that it takes you to recover fully after you undergo wisdom teeth removal.
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Tackling Excessive Saliva While Wearing New Dentures

Posted on: 15 January 2016

Having a new set of dentures fitted can be a tremendous help when it comes to being able to speak and eat properly, and they can also be a big boost to your self-esteem. However, a procedure with such far-reaching ramifications is doomed to have a few side effects, and one strange sensation a lot of new denture wearers experience is excessive salivation. Why are my dentures causing me to salivate excessively?
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The Water Pick: What Is It and Do You Need One?

Posted on: 22 December 2015

Most people understand that visiting the dentist on a regular basis leads to better oral hygiene. However, in order to maintain a healthy, beautiful smile, care must be taken at home, as well. While a toothbrush and dental floss are the main instruments in dental care, there are other things than can help to improve overall dental hygiene, as well. One is the water pick. What is a Water Pick? Water picks, which are often called "
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