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Dentists: Your Defense Against Oral Cancer

This year, more than 48,250 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer. It will kill, on average, 1 person every hour, every day. Of those newly diagnosed individuals, only slightly more than half will still be alive in 5 years. Why is oral cancer such a deadly disease? Unlike many other types of cancers, oral […]

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What Are Those Craze-y Lines in My Teeth?

You look at your teeth in the mirror. You blink, and you look again – closer this time. You‘re shocked to notice vertical cracks running up and down the front of your teeth! Does this mean an emergency trip to the dentist? Don’t panic, you’re not going crazy. Just craze-y. Those thin, usually vertical lines on […]

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5 Factors That Impact Women’s Dental Health

When it comes to dental health, women have a unique set of concerns. The ebb and flow of hormones throughout their lives can lead to sensitive and swollen gums and other dental issues. This month, as we observe International Women’s Day, we’re spotlighting 5 factors that impact women’s dental health. #1 Fluctuating hormones During puberty, […]

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Why You Suffer from Sensitive Teeth

Does taking a spoonful of ice cream or a sip of hot coffee sometimes make you wince? Read on to see what it means and what you can do about it. Are Your Teeth “Sensitive”? Tooth sensitivity can affect one or more teeth. It is most usually felt when you eat or drink something hot, […]

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