Smoking is widely recognized as a bad habit due to the adverse effects it has on the body. Many people know the consequences such as lung diseases and cancer of the blood, liver, kidney, and other areas of the body. However, people still smoke despite these warnings.

Smoking can also create a variety of oral health issues, including stained teeth, oral cancer, and gum disease. For the smokers out there, quitting should be at the top of your new year’s resolutions list. When you stop smoking, you are committing to your overall well-being.


January 8th, 2019

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One thing that people don’t often talk about regarding mom and baby health is dental care during pregnancy, but there are many reasons why you should take oral hygiene very seriously when you’re pregnant. If you’re pregnant now or are trying to have a baby, here are all the tips you need to know to care for your oral health during pregnancy.


September 4th, 2018

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Every now and again, you’ll have a heart-in-mouth moment that leaves you speechless or struggling to find the right words to say. Dental health awareness is important, as it can help you learn how much your heart health works in conjunction with your oral hygiene, you’ll have one less thing to worry about. As innocuous as it seems, how you maintain your teeth affects your most vital organs. Gum disease of any kind can lead to heart problems if you don’t address it right away.


June 26th, 2018

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