Tag: health

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Dental Crowns with Dr. Dana Walters

When a new school year approaches, many people make goals to improve their physical health. However, it is also important to consider your oral health. It is essential to make real changes that will make a difference for your mouth. Here are some dental tips that will help you care for your teeth. Practice Regular Brushing and...

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Aging and Dental Health (Geriatrics)

When you think of geriatrics, dental health may not come to mind. However, seniors often face oral issues that can affect their dental health and their overall health. If you are a senior, geriatric dentistry is an essential part of your health care priorities. Why Seniors Need Dental Care. Similar to individuals in younger age groups,...

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Prevention Tips For An Abscessed Tooth

An abscessed tooth can be painful. If left untreated, the bacteria can be harmful to your dental health and your overall health. The wisest approach is to start with prevention tips so an abscess does not occur. What Causes An Abscessed Tooth? When you know the most common causes, it can be easier to prevent...

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The Link Between Dental Health and Your Diet

The foods that are part of your everyday diet affect your dental health and overall well being. Eating the proper amount of vitamins and minerals ensures a healthy body and a bright smile. Avoiding dangerous foods, which are high in sugar and acids, prevents tooth decay and worse dental problems. Here is a closer look...

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How To Prevent Headaches By Taking Care Of Your Teeth

To promote awareness about various causes of headache pain, it is important to examine the ways teeth may contribute to the discomfort. The American Dental Associationn explains the link between the mouth and headaches. Teeth grinding, abcesses, and cavities can all lead to head pain. Teeth Grinding. Teeth grinding is a destructive habit that often causes...

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Stress Awareness: How Stress Affects Your Teeth

We all have experienced feeling stressed from time to time, but on-going, everyday stress can have a negative impact on your health and mouth. Clenching and grinding of the teeth are most often caused by stressed and can lead to your teeth breaking and serious jaw pain. If you have a lot of stress, you could...