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Receding Gums: Its Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Is the gum tissue covering your teeth starting to wear out and pull back, making your teeth look longer? Your gums might be starting to recede, and soon, they will expose the roots of your teeth and create gaps between teeth where food debris and cavity-causing bacteria can accumulate. Leaving gum recession untreated makes your …

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Is Using an Artificial Sweetener Good for Your Teeth?

The fact that sugar can harm our overall health has led many to search for alternative ways to sweeten their food and drink. Advances in chemistry have led to the discovery of artificial sweeteners, substances that offer sweetness without calories. The American Heart Association (AHA) and American Diabetes Association (ADA) have given them cautious approval …

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Breastfeeding and Cavities

Breastfeeding is a crucial part of your bond with your baby. Breastfeeding allows you to provide your baby with the nutrients and protection they need against sickness while connecting with them to comfort them day and night. Like most parents, you’ll have new concerns as your baby grows older. Some dentists may tell you that …

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Back-to-School Oral Health Care Tips

It’s nearly time for kids to go back to school. Parents and children often go through many emotions during this time of the year. Anxiety and excitement run high that most parents and children forget to plan for things like healthy snacks and dental checkups. Cavities are a common childhood chronic disease. One in five …

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