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City Dental Centre 1h
Untreated cavities in permanent teeth affects 2.4 billion people every year! Maintaining a healthy oral hygiene is necessary for healthy & shining teeth. Get expert consultation today. Visit - Call us – 9654440140
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Charlsey Miller 3h
Boy oh boy thanks everybody for making me feel as special as this cookie cake/cake cake covered in GOLD. I'M 31 I LOVE YOU . . . @ Hollywood, CA
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La Puente Dental 13h
Cavities generally develop in the “hard-to-see” places in your mouth. These are normally the places where you need to floss. When bacteria combine with food particles, they form plaque that adheres to your teeth. Good reminder to floss.
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James Porter DMD Aug 23
have come a long way. Today, patients have a more attractive option compared to metal fillings. Tooth-colored composite fillings are a natural-looking alternative to restore teeth to their full form and function.
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SummervilleDentistry Aug 21
Did you know 1 in 5 Americans have untreated cavities? The best way to detect and treat them — see us twice a year! Until your next check-up, here are some tips on how to prevent . ?
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Michael Bouzid DDS Aug 23
If you think that when you come in for a check-up we're just looking for , you'd be wrong! We're also screening you for any signs of oral cancer. Visiting your dentist for regular check-ups and avoiding tobacco are the key factors in preventing oral cancer.​
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Louis Sachs Aug 23
You can stave off , , and with proper dental care at home! Learn more:
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Pediatric Dental Associates of Clinton Aug 23
Q: Johnny has 23 candy bars, eats 10, and gives 5 to his friend. What does Johnny have now? A: Cavities. Johnny has . ??
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Molina Endodontics Aug 23
Recent studies have shown that most of the population does not get enough , essential for many of the body's processes, including support for the immune system and regulating insulin levels. But did you know it is also essential in reducing your risk for ?
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Sevil Pinkhasov, DDS Aug 22
Wondering what you can do about cavities you already have? Some foods might be able to help.
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Eastside Dental Aug 18
Your teeth aren't like rubber, sticky foods are like glue. The foods don't bounce off, but they do stick to you. Eating sticky foods almost always leads to tooth decay. Brushing your teeth right after this can help. Watch here:
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Life Extension Aug 22
disorders, including and periodontal disease, are among the most common health problems in US adults. Did you know that omega-3 fatty acids, and can support oral health and combat bad bacteria and inflammation in the mouth?
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Dr. Farrell Frugé Aug 17
Here are some common causes of toothaches. If you experience any of these, schedule an appointment!
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Edmacy Home Care Aug 16
The risk for cavities goes up with age. Many mouth infections are linked to serious health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. It is important to have your senior see the dentist regularly.
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Smiles by Bergen Dental Aug 24
Everything You Need To Know About And How To Prevent Them
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Clove Dental Aug 23
Butter is an important part of an diet? It is a good source of fat-soluble vitamins A, vitamin D & vitamin K2. This property helps fight & can even reverse ! Everyone!
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Xpress Underwriters Aug 23
Can your teeth repair cavities themselves?
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Robert Mitchell DDS Aug 22
Everyone knows eating too much sugar can lead to , but few are aware of exactly how that happens. ?
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Dr. Farrell Frugé Aug 22
Check out my blog for some ways to cut sugar this summer. How do you help your family make good choices?
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FRLNutritionNightrider Aug 22
two of these foods are not like the others. 32g of sugar from a breakfast round and juice alone? Is this what breakfast in the classroom should be? Don't our FRL students deserve healthier food?
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