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Medical Conditions Linked to Poor Dental Hygiene
Medical Conditions Linked to Poor Dental Hygiene

Protecting Your Oral & Overall Health Each major organ, muscle, and connective tissue in our body is linked in one way or another — meaning that a condition that affects one area can affect another. Keep reading to learn why taking care of your oral health can help reduce ...

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  • Medical Conditions Linked to Poor Dental Hygiene

    Protecting Your Oral & Overall Health Each major organ, muscle, and connective tissue in our body is linked in one way or another — meaning that a ...

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  • How to Properly Brush Your Teeth

    Brushing 101: Protecting Your Oral Health Brushing your teeth regularly is one of the best ways to protect your oral health, as it removes all debris ...

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  • Scary Facts About Your Oral Health

    4 Dental Facts That Will Scare You Straight Usually, patients think that brushing their teeth and flossing don’t have a major impact on their health — ...

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  • The Link Between Gum Disease & Alzheimer's

    How Your Oral Health Impacts Your Risks of Dementia & Alzheimer’s Our mouth plays host to over 700 different types of bacteria, many of which can harm ...

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  • Dental Conditions That Come With Age

    Caring for Your Oral Health as You Age As you grow older, there are many different health measures you should take to ensure you live a happy, healthy ...

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  • What is Dry Mouth?

    Do I Have Dry Mouth? Saliva is the key to keeping our mouth moist, keeping our mouth clean, and properly breaking down the food we eat. But what ...

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