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Oral Health

When It’s Better Not To Brush

Though thin and partially translucent, tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body and has the vital job of preserving teeth from constant use and the continual assault of chemicals in food and drink. Enamel also protects tooth nerves from hot and cold food and beverages. That’s why enamel loss often causes tooth sensitivity.

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3 Ways To Keep Your Mouth Happy!

A happy mouth is not only a healthy mouth, but also a mouth that can enjoy the flavors of all types of foods. And it turns out that many of the habits that will keep your taste buds sensitive are those that will also be good for your teeth and gums. So here are a

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Smokeless Is Not Harmless For Glendale Tobacco Chewers

Hello Glendale dental friends. Today’s topic is ‘The Dangers Of Smokeless Tobacco’. Cigarette sales at most Glendale stores have decreased in the past decade, but some Glendale tobacco consumers have switched to smokeless products. There is a common misconception in the Glendale area (especially among teens) that smokeless tobacco is harmless. This is absolutely not

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Keep Teeth Healthy During Pregnancy

If you are pregnant, your oral health may be the last thing on your mind. However, many Mesa women experience an increase in dental problems during pregnancy. This article contains important information for expectant Mesa, Tempe, and Glendale mothers and those planning to become pregnant. We recommend having a thorough dental cleaning early in your pregnancy. Lying in

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Glendale Dental News: Poor Oral Health And Heart Disease

Attention Glendale dental patients: brushing twice daily may help lower your risk of heart disease. Arizona scientists, dentists, and cardiologists have known for many years that there is a link between inflammation in the mouth (gum disease) and heart problems. However, a recent study analyzed oral health habits and heart disease risk. Science Daily reported on the

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Top 5 Dos And Don’ts of Oral Hygiene

Welcome to our blog and thanks for stopping by. On Call Urgent Dental Care – Emergency Dentistry wants to offer you some easy hints when caring for your teeth. 1.Do… remember you are just wiping the plaque away before it turns to tartar. A gentle toothbrushing at the correct angle can gently wipe the bacteria

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An Air-dried Toothbrush Is A Healthy Toothbrush

Today in our Glendale dental blog we will highlight some of the simple things you can do with your toothbrush to keep your mouth as clean and healthy as possible. One of the most important habits Glendale residents can form is to always allow their toothbrush to completely air dry between uses. The best way to let

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7 Steps For A Healthy Smile In Mesa

 ‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’ Benjamin Franklin coined this phrase in the 1730s as advice for fire safety. However, like all timeless quotes, it applies to many more aspects of life in Mesa, Glendale, and Tempe – particularly dental health. Keeping your smile beautiful and healthy is done most effectively with

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Healthy Baby Teeth For Mesa Toddlers

Though we don’t often think about it, Mesa children as young as 9 or 10 months of age can be infected with cavity producing bacteria, which causes cavities and tooth decay. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that almost 20% of children 2-5 have untreated cavities, and the percentage rises in children over

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The Dangers of Oral Piercing

If you live in the Glendale area and are considering puncturing your lip or tongue, read this: Infection Your mouth is full of bacteria. Any opening in the tissue carries the risk of infection. The germs from your tongue and mouth can easily get into your bloodstream. Glendale dentists and doctors are continually treating serious infections caused

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