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Dental Health   •   August 12, 2019

4 Simple Practices For Healthy Tonsils

Tonsils don’t get enough credit that they deserve. Even as one of the body’s first barrier against bacterial and viral infections, they seldom get the spotlight. These low-profile clusters of tissues reside on both sides of your throat, at the back of your tongue, and behind your nose. They work 24/7 while staying behind the […]

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Dental Technology   •   August 5, 2019

Calculating Risks in Dental X-Rays

Dressed in white with a smile so bright, dentists are one of society’s modern-day heroes. Whether it’s a toothache getting on your nerves, swollen gums, or a sore jaw, your dentist is the one to call. One of the instruments dentists rely on to help solve your problems is the dental x-ray. These machines enable […]

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Dental Health   •   July 29, 2019

Understanding Temporomandibular Joint Disorder: Its Causes, Risks, and Treatment

Have you been feeling pain and tenderness in or around your ear, the jaw joint, and jaw muscles lately? Don’t be too quick to dismiss them and listen to what your body is telling you. You might be suffering from Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder. Now, after trying your best to say the disorder’s name correctly, […]

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Cosmetic Dentistry   •   May 6, 2019

Smiling could prolong your life

Do you find yourself keeping your smile to yourself? Is there something about showing off your teeth bothering you? Perhaps you should consider changing that. You might be surprised to learn that how big you smile can predict your life span. A 2010 Wayne State University research project studied pre-1950s major league player baseball cards. According to Ron […]

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Dental Services   •   April 15, 2019

YES, Dentists count!

People dismissing the vital role and position of dentists is maddening. Why mock someone who’s helping other people with their medical issues Your oral health is no less important than the health of the rest of your body. Dentists count. Some people, including some in the medical field, say that dentists are not doctors, despite […]

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