1. Cardiovascular Disease and Oral Health

    We often hear that there is a big connection between heart health and dental health, including gum health. It has also been found that people with cardiovascular disease have or have had poor oral and dental health. How is the heart connected to your teeth and gums and can dental problems cause heart problems? The major connection between the heart and the oral health is the bloodstream. It is thr…Read More

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    10 Remedies for Bad Breath

    Bad breath, also called halitosis, is an embarrassing condition that can cause suffers to avoid social events or close interactions with others. Bad breath can stem from a variety of reasons including bad dental hygiene or smelly foods. Thankfully, most causes of bad breath can remedied fairly easily so check out our tips to managing bad breath below. Bad breath can also be a sign of a more seriou…Read More

  3. Gum Disease & Tooth Decay

    How Bacteria Can Lead to Gum Disease and Oral Decay Your mouth is the perfect moist, dark environment in which harmful bacteria that can lead to plaque and buildup thrive. When bacteria is allowed to remain inside of your mouth and on the surface of your teeth, dental plaque that can lead a number of dental complications forms. Fortunately, this buildup of plaque and bacteria can be entirely avoi…Read More

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    What Is Gum Disease and How Can It Affect Your Child

    Most parents love to see their baby’s gummy smile. However, some may not be aware that periodontal disease can affect gums as soon as teeth develop. Therefore, it’s important for moms and dads to better understand gum disease and how it can affect their child. What Is Gum Disease? Gum disease is an infection of the tissues that hold teeth in place. In children and teens, the three most common …Read More

  5. How To Prevent Receding Gums

    Improper oral hygiene has far-reaching, long-term consequences that go beyond cavities. Receding gums is the exposure of the roots of teeth caused by a loss of tissue surrounding the gums. Gum recession is common in adults over the age of 40, but younger adults may experience it as well. The cause of gum recession in most cases is the same cause of most oral health problems – lack of general den…Read More