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Oral Hygiene With Dentures

If you're new to wearing dentures, we have some good news for you. We've come a long way since your grandma's false teeth. These days it's easier than ever to get durable, realistic dentures.

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3 Bad Oral Habits to Watch Out for in Kids

There are a few bad oral habits you should watch out for to ensure your child doesn't miss out on a strong, healthy smile in the future.

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Foods That Naturally Contain Fluoride

Fluoride is a mineral that occurs in nature in many different places, including our food. Here are a few fluoride-rich foods you now have a new excuse to enjoy.

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Get to Know Your Oral Microbiome

The microbiomes of our mouths are filled with hundreds of different types of bacteria, and contrary to what you might expect, most of them are not harmful.

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What Determines the Price of a Crown?

"How much does a crown cost?" It may seem like a simple question to ask your dentist, but the answer is more complex that you might think.

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Why Does My Tooth Ache?

Toothaches are a common reason for dental visits. Most pain or discomfort is due to cavities. However, there are a number of other potential causes as well.

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Tongue Scraping—What it is and What it Could do for Your Oral Hygiene

At every dental appointment, dental patients are reminded of the importance of their at-home oral hygiene practices: Brush your teeth, floss, rinse and so on. Everyone knows the basics, but have you heard of tongue scraping?

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How Often Do You Need to See a Dentist?

Some say once a year, some say twice a year. The real answer to how many dentist appointments you need is not what you might expect!

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Get in the Habit to Floss With These Methods

Flossing is an important part of any at-home oral hygiene routine. But it’s also a source of anxiety, pain, and even shame. Instead of dreading the inevitable “floss talk” from your dentist, try these tricks to get in the habit of flossing regularly.

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