Almost 30 million people are dealing with diabetes every single day, according to the American Dental Association. Diabetes can make you at high risk for cavities, dry mouth, inflamed gums or gum disease, and more. Similarly, in a study conducted by The American College of Cardiology, a high percentage of people with gum disease also suffer from high blood pressure.


September 10th, 2019

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With age comes a lot of changes, especially physically. The visible outward signs of aging include wrinkles, age spots, and greying hair. Despite the noticeable changes occurring externally, there are also transformations taking place internally.

Aging increases a person’s risk of health problems, and that includes oral issues. Seniors are encouraged to pay close attention to their teeth, gums, and general oral health. Oral and physical issues impact one another. So, maintaining a healthy mouth is essential to overall health. That’s why we’re tackling the subject of dental health for seniors in this article.


March 19th, 2019

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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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