Fluoride
Mar27

Fluoride

Fluoride is often called nature’s cavity fighter and for good reason. Fluoride, a naturally-occurring mineral, helps prevent cavities in children and adults by making the outer surface of your teeth (enamel) more resistant to the acid attacks that cause tooth decay.

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E-Cigs and Oral Health
Nov06

E-Cigs and Oral Health

E-Cigs and Oral Health. Scientist research shows that vaping is much healthier in upwards of 98%, but does this mean vaping is completely safe for your teeth? Few things really are. The truth is, many vapers either haven’t given it much thought or overlook it because they’re content with knowing the many health benefits of making the switch.

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Sports and Dental Injuries in Children
Mar25

Sports and Dental Injuries in Children

Sports and Dental Injuries in Children. Currently, the three sports that carry the most risks for dental injury include football, basketball, and hockey. A positive correlation can be made between the degree of contact and percentage of injury. Some of the most common injuries include fractures, tooth extrusion, intrusion and avulsion; and TMJ dislocation.

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Sports Injuries and TMJ
Mar03

Sports Injuries and TMJ

Sports Injuries and TMJ . It’s very common that sports injuries to the head result in chipped, broken or avulsed teeth and even fractured or broken bones including the jaws. The jaw joint or TMJ is also susceptible to sport injuries. In some cases, your muscles or ligaments in your face may be torn or injured from getting hit in the face – even if the bones aren’t broken.  

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Concern about mercury in amalgam
Feb21

Concern about mercury in amalgam

Concern about mercury in amalgam. The controversy over amalgam centers on how much mercury fillings released and how much the body absorbs.  Studies have shown that the amount of mercury you are exposed to from your fillings is less than the amount that most people are exposed to in their daily environment or in the food they eat.  

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