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Dental Health, Oral Cancer   •   March 19, 2019

How Flossing Can Save Your Money… 

How Flossing Can Save Your Money… It’s a known fact that about 35% of the tooth surface is missed being cleaned if you’re not flossing. As a direct result of that, you have a better chance of developing cavities. Cavities, left untreated, can become even more dangerous to your mouth. They can eventually need more […]

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Dental Health   •   March 14, 2019

What’s the Big Deal About Flossing? 

If you’re like most dental patients, you might think brushing by itself does a good job when trying to ward off cavities. Certainly, brushing twice a day is extremely important when it comes to good oral hygiene. But, the problem is, you’re not reaching the cavity causing bacteria if all you do is brush. The […]

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Dental Health, Oral Health   •   March 7, 2019

Your Mouth and Mountain Dew? Why This is a Problem…

Our friends to the south, way, across the border, south in the far most Southern region of the United States are surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains and have a long proud history. In fact, that’s where a lot of the bootlegged liquor came from during Prohibition. And it’s also home to the beginnings of NASCAR […]

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Dental Services, Dental Technology, Oral Health   •   February 28, 2019

Where You Keep Your Toothbrush Matters…Or Does It?

Recently, a story about toothbrushes and toilets have been making the rounds on the internet.  Maybe you’ve heard about it. The theory is, when the toilet seat is opened, even if the commode is several feet away, airborne germs from a toilet flush will infect your toothbrush with fecal bacteria. It sounds pretty scary, not […]

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children's dental care, Dental Health   •   August 9, 2018

Gummy Candy and West Airdrie Dental Clinic

Yes, it’s probably common knowledge that ingesting sugar can result in cavities. Some foods are obviously worth than others in that respect. The higher sugar content is one obvious reason, but gooey, chewy candy is the worst culprit! Candy that sticks to the teeth can get stuck between the crevices of a tooth, and saliva […]

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