What Everyone With Gingivitis Should Know

Posted on: 23 November 2015
If you have gingivitis, you aren't alone. While it isn't a normal part of aging and is completely preventable, many people suffer from some form of periodontal disease. If you are struggling with painful swelling and redness, check out these three facts that everyone with gingivitis should know.   Gingivitis Is Reversible, but Periodontitis Is Not There are two forms of periodontal disease: gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is mild gum disease, and you may not even experience many or any symptoms with it.
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Three Dietary Additions That Will Help Your Oral Health

Posted on: 4 November 2015
When you think about how your diet affects your oral health, you're often mindful of foods that are detrimental to the health of your teeth and gums, such as those that stain or those that are packed with sugar. What you might not realize, however, is that certain dietary additions can actually augment your oral health in a number of different ways. Making a commitment to adding these three readily available ingredients to your diet and you'll have an extra reason to smile widely during your next visit to the dentist.
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The Steps Towards Full Dental Implant When You Have Advanced Periodontal Disease

Posted on: 19 October 2015
If your periodontal disease is seriously advanced, one of your options—in order to have a full set of functioning teeth— is to begin the steps towards having full dental implants. It takes multiple steps spread out over many months for this entire process. Here is a brief rundown of how the process works. Step #1: Fabrication Of Immediate Dentures The first step towards getting full dental implants is the fabrication of immediate dentures.
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What Dental Problems Are Common In The Elderly?

Posted on: 18 September 2015
Continued attention to personal health is important as you age. Unfortunately, one of the easiest areas of health to overlook is dental health. Here are three examples of common dental issues that elderly people face Dry Mouth It is commonly thought that dry mouth is a normal part of aging. It may surprise you to learn that dry mouth is more often a side-effect of medications for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and other conditions.
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