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The Association Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease

The Association Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease

by Gianina (SU)
Scientists are close to discovering the relationship between gum disease and heart disease. Discover the link to gum disease and heart disease.

Causes of A Tooth Gap: Diastema Facts

Causes of A Tooth Gap: Diastema Facts

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Diastema means a gap between teeth; often the gap appears between your two front upper teeth. There can be genetic or medical reasons for diastema to occur, meaning it can run in the family, or you may have certain conditions that make it more likely. Often, there’s no need for treatment, so if you don’t mind the gap, that’s okay. If diastema is an issue for you, there are many treatments available that can eliminate or minimize it.

Is Chewing Gum Harmful for Your Teeth?

Is Chewing Gum Harmful for Your Teeth?

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Your teacher may have scolded you about chewing gum when your were a kid, but as far as your teeth go, chewing gum may actually be good for them.

How are Dentures Made?

How are Dentures Made?

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Whether due to years of decay, a medical issue, or an accident that knocks out several teeth, there are many people who have to turn to artificial teeth – or dentures – to restore the smile and bite that all people need and deserve. People once associated dentures as a set of wooden teeth, or imagine a comical full set of teeth and gums, but dentures are now made very sturdy and discrete.

What to Do if You Crack or Chip Your Teeth

What to Do if You Crack or Chip Your Teeth

by Natalie (SU)
Biting into something hard such as candy or ice, grinding your teeth (bruxism), eating and drinking hot and cold things back and forth, accidentally hitting your tooth on a hard surface, or having an accident such as falling off your bike, are all reasons why someone could crack or chip their teeth. Teeth can crack or break due to a wide variety of causes, and it is always a frightening experience. In such an alarming situation, it’s good to know what to do when you have a chip or cracked tooth.