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The Correlation Between Oral Health and Esophageal Cancer

The Correlation Between Oral Health and Esophageal Cancer

by Yenny (SU)
In the last decade, medical researchers have uncovered links between oral health and overall physical and mental health. They now agree that poor oral health may be a contributing factor to developing a wide variety of diseases and conditions, including esophageal cancer.

How Pregnancy Affects your Teeth

How Pregnancy Affects your Teeth

by Yenny (SU)
There is a saying that goes, “Every mother to be is beautiful.” Notwithstanding morning sickness, swollen feet, back pain, and exhaustion, this statement nevertheless is very true. When it comes to stronger, healthier, more lustrous hair and nails, many expectant mothers marvel at the perks of hormones gone wild. But pregnancy may not be as kind to your smile. Here are a number of ways that pregnancy can affect your teeth.

THESE FOODS CAN HELP YOU PREVENT CAVITIES

THESE FOODS CAN HELP YOU PREVENT CAVITIES

by Natalie (SU)
They don’t call them “guilty pleasures” for nothing. As much as most of us love sweets, we know all too well that overindulging in certain treats boost our risk of tooth decay and painful cavities.

 All is Clean; All is Bright: Dr. Bui of Dedicated Dental on How to Prevent Tooth Cavities in Children This Holiday

All is Clean; All is Bright: Dr. Bui of Dedicated Dental on How to Prevent Tooth Cavities in Children This Holiday

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While Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanza only come once a year, we tend to pack a lot of excess eating into this short time. Nearly everyone – especially little ones – associate the holidays with sweet, decadent treats. From candy canes to Hanukkah gelt, temptations abound; and while it’s easier for adults to put our hands up when we are full, children have a tough time turning down their mouthwatering stocking loot.

How Will Pediatric Dental Care Benefit My Child?

How Will Pediatric Dental Care Benefit My Child?

by Yenny (SU)
Congratulations on your beautiful new baby! Being a parent is an awesome job that brings many rewards. It also carries much responsibility. By the time you left the hospital, you probably had baby’s first doctor visit scheduled. By the end of that visit, you knew exactly how often you would be returning for check ups and immunizations, probably for the next three years. So, when are you going to the dentist? You may not have planned that yet, but it is every bit as important to the health and wellbeing of your child. Dental decay is the most common childhood illness, and what you do as a parent will have a great effect on your child’s dental health, both now and for years to come. Protecting your child from dental cavities is just one of the many benefits of pediatric dental care.