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  • 65+: The Golden Years
    Apr. 23, 2014

    65+: The Golden Years

    General oral health

    Even if you feel like a teenager at heart, hitting the golden years might mean that your teeth need extra attention. Good dental behaviors remain vital to the health of your teeth. Seniors should continue to brush twice daily with fluoride toothpaste and floss once a day. Despite having many of the same oral health... More »

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  • Open Wide for Vitamins and Minerals
    Mar. 4, 2014

    Open Wide for Vitamins and Minerals

    General oral health

    Have you ever walked down the supplement aisle at the supermarket only to feel overwhelmed by the green and gold bottles everywhere? Well, many of those are nutrients your body needs to function at its best and stay healthy. The best way to get your vitamins and minerals is not by bottle, but by diet.... More »

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  • Talk to Your Teen about Oral Health
    Feb. 4, 2014

    Talk to Your Teen about Oral Health

    Children’s Oral Health

    No matter what the topic is, sitting down with your teen can get formal and awkward. Good thing you know that no matter how awkward the conversation, it is for their own good. Your teen may drive you crazy sometimes, but reinforcing good oral health habits is a must. Teens are at high risk for... More »

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  • Dentist vs. Doctor: Who To See for Tooth Troubles
    Jan. 16, 2014

    Dentist vs. Doctor: Who To See for Tooth Troubles

    General oral health

    Do you have pulsing pain in your tooth that won't go away? Don't go to an emergency room – see a dentist. It's cost-effective and a better treatment option. But a lot of Americans aren’t listening to that advice. In a study titled, Costly Dental Destination, released last year by the Pew Center of the... More »

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  • Five New Year's Resolutions You'll Actually Keep
    Jan. 14, 2014

    Five New Year's Resolutions You'll Actually Keep

    General oral health

    If you're making a 2014 New Year's resolution, you're not alone. One study estimates that 45 percent of Americans set goals for themselves at the start of every year. Fast forward 12 months, however, and only eight percent of resolution-makers can say those goals were actually accomplished. This year, be part of the eight percent... More »

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