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      DENTAL HEALTH

Worst Foods For Teeth: 11 Foods
And Drinks To Watch Out For

Here are some of the worst foods for your teeth, especially for people with tooth sensitivity. While some of these aren't necessarily bad for your health,
they may be doing more harm than good
if you're not diligent about brushing
and flossing afterwards.

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      DENTAL HEALTH

Still Not Flossing? More Reasons
Why You Should

We know you hate it, but flossing really does preserve the health and aesthetics of your smile. Here's how to do it right.

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      DENTAL HEALTH

Relaxation, rest can ease TMJ pain

TMJ disorders are the second most common pain-causing musculoskeletal conditions after chronic low back pain. TMJ disorders affect 5 percent to 12 percent of the population, and women are twice as likely to experience TMJ disorders as men.
 
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      DENTAL HEALTH

8 Signs You Might Need Dentures

Red flags to watch for—and how to nip dental problems in the bud

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      DENTAL HEALTH

Dental Health Insurance

Dental health benefit plans vary widely. You should know how your plan is designed, since this can significantly affect the plan's coverage
and your out-of-pocket expense.

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      DENTAL HEALTH

2 New Tools Make Flossing Easier

Hate to floss? You’re not alone. But instead of avoiding it altogether, check out these cool new gadgets that can make flossing less of a hassle. 

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      DENTAL HEALTH

 

5 Reasons To Take Your Teeth Seriously

Not taking care of your teeth isn't just bad news for your breath—it can also lead to serious health problems

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from Prevention Magazine >

 
      DENTAL HEALTH

Teeth Whitening
at Home or
in the Office?

Coffee, tea, wine, and other foods discolor teeth over time. If your smile has lost its luster, several teeth-whitening techniques are available.

Read More from WebMD >

 
      DENTAL HEALTH

Ranking the Best Toothpastes

Ratings in categories of whitening, sensitivity, bad breath and stain removal

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      DENTAL HEALTH

Brush Your Teeth and Lower
Heart Disease Risk

Periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease aren't conditions to be taken lightly, but faced with a choice, most people would probably choose the former over the latter. Unfortunately, you may not have the choice if you ignore sound dental habits and brush less than two times a day.
A recent study suggests that poor oral hygiene actually increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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from ToYourHealth.com >

      DENTAL HEALTH

Calcium for Strong Teeth and Bones

Strong teeth and bones are important for overall health. One important factor in keeping bones and teeth strong and healthy is calcium. Calcium is a mineral and is one of the most abundant in the body. It can also be found in certain foods and is added to others. Calcium is also added to vitamins and other dietary supplements as it is such an important mineral that the body needs.

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