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5 Reasons You May Need Tooth Extractions

5 Reasons You May Need Tooth Extractions

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
When there’s a question between pulling and saving a tooth, the dentist will place priority on treating and saving the damaged tooth.

Cavity Removal Tips

Cavity Removal Tips

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Cavities form because of tooth decay. Cavities are most commonly found among children, but adults develop them as well.

Strong Tooth Enamel Can Fight off Tooth Decay

Strong Tooth Enamel Can Fight off Tooth Decay

by Yenny (SU)
Wax protects the paint on cars, raincoats protect us from dreary days, and tooth enamel – that elusive material we hear so much about at dental visits, plays a vital role in protecting our teeth from decay.

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.

Dental Care and Your Overall Health

Dental Care and Your Overall Health

by Natalie (SU)
Did you brush and floss your teeth? Moms and dads around the world have spoken these words routinely, and their benefits extend far beyond a bright smile. Most people understand that proper care of their teeth will prevent cavities, gum disease, and expensive dental work, however dental disease is not the only consequence of poor oral hygiene. Beyond the obvious results of difficulty maintaining a nutritious diet without strong and healthy teeth, poor oral health can result in serious infections of the gums, facial structures, orbits of the eye, head, neck and the surrounding bones. In addition, infections of artificial joints, inflammation of the heart and its valves, and cardiovascular disease that can lead to heart attacks and strokes can all be consequences of untreated gum disease.