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Bobbi Dempsey Aug 16
My new piece on dental care (or lack thereof) for the poor, using my own experiences. Hope this can help shed light on the importance of programs for those in need.
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Dr. Farrell Frugé 14h
If you grind your teeth, be aware of these potential long-term impacts.
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Gary Payinda, MD MA FACEP FACEM 7h
Have heard Nelson and Northland DHBs have taken all soft drinks out of their hospitals. Its a great thing, to be applauded. All DHBs should follow. Wondering, do any schools in NZ stock soda/soft-drinks/sweetened drinks?
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HERO Cameroon Aug 21
Replying to @HeroCameroon
-It can retard growth in children, and affect their education by causing them to miss school.
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AcadSportsDentistry Aug 24
Read the latest research coming out of University College London, “Elite athletes have poor oral health despite brushing twice daily”
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Burrow & Welchel Orthodontics Aug 24
"Stress is a common cause of health problems, and your oral health is no exception."
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Smiles by Bergen Dental Aug 24
Did you know that your is influenced by more than your ?
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Smiles by Bergen Dental Aug 24
You're probably brushing your wrong. Here are four tips for better
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Teeth Whitening Home Remedies Aug 16
Five Signs of Gum Disease and How to Address Them
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Four Corners Dental Group 10h
Staying ahead of major problems is the key to great . Our preventative dentistry services will keep your smile bright!
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WHO Timor-Leste Aug 20
Oral diseases are the most common noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death.
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West London Kids 23h
Blog on caring for your family’s teeth
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Impressive Smile 14h
Tip: Use a tongue scraper to clean your tongue for fresher breath.
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Emma Clayton Aug 22
What’s your colour?! If you don’t know ask a dental professional to help you
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Intraoral X-Ray Sensors Aug 23
Crooked teeth can also cause excess wear and tear on the teeth, gums, and jaw muscles, resulting in cracked teeth, , temporomandibular joint disorder, and chronic headaches. should be looked at. Visit for issues.
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Teeth Whitening Home Remedies Aug 23
Have you tried charcoal toothpaste to remove those really difficult stains?
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News Junkie Aug 24
Wisdom teeth removal is contributing to the opioid crisis, experts warn (via@CBSNews)
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Adam Falkenberg Aug 20
Strategies for dealing with patient anxiety! It's useful to read that dentist/hygienist absorb patient's stress. Good article. "Scheduling & office ambiance play a big role in reducing dental anxiety." Yep! I talk about this in my book!
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Smiles by Bergen Dental Aug 22
is always important, but should be especially looked after as we age.
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MCVitamins.com Aug 24
Professional 'Super Strength' Dental Solution For Gum Problems and Unhealthy Teeth/Gums
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