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Oral Health

How to Be Environmentally Conscious When Dealing with Oral Health

Brushing your teeth is a part of life. It’s something most parents teach their children at an early age. Dental hygiene has been a part of our society since around 3500 BC when the Egyptians used chew sticks to clean their teeth. The Chinese developed the first toothbrush around the 15th century. Over time, dental …

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How to Build Strong Teeth if You’re Lactose Intolerant

Building strong bones is important. Lack of attention to your diet and exercise could damage your bones and teeth. Calcium is one of the most essential ingredients to strong bones, but why is it so important? Bones are made of connective tissue and are reinforced by calcium. So, if your calcium intake is high, it …

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Flossing, Why You Need To Do It and Alternative Methods

Flossing is an important part of your oral hygiene routine. When you don’t floss, plaque is allowed to build up on your teeth and around your gum line, causing tooth decay and gum disease. Tooth brushing, professional cleanings, and flossing have been shown to disrupt and remove plaque.  According to the American Dental Association (ADA), …

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The Link between Gum Disease and Your Overall Health

The link between oral health and overall health is a strong one. Periodontal disease is connected to many other health conditions, including diabetes, heart disease and kidney complications. The better your oral health, the more your body will thank you for it. Read on as Drs. Jennifer and Cory Chambers from Cobblestone Park Family Dental …

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