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Don't Ignore a Pain In Your Tooth!

When you have a headache, you may try to push through your day believing that your headache will eventually go away with a good night’s rest or ibuprofen. When you twist your ankle in a pick-up game of basketball, you stay off your feet for a couple of days and know that it will be fine.
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Can Children Get Diseases of the Gums?

Though gum disease is mainly considered an adult problem, children can also be affected by mild or severe gum disease. Gum disease not only impacts a person’s gums, but also their tissues, bones, and teeth. In its mildest stage, called gingivitis, gums can be red, sore and may bleed.
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Make Dental Visits a Priority

When it comes to something you want to do, it is easy to make it a priority. Rarely do you hear of anyone cancelling a vacation because s/he changed her/his mind about going. Yet, when it comes to doing things that are not quite so fun, it is often easy to reschedule, cancel, or simply “forget” about doing them. For many, dental visits are like this.
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Pregnancy and Gingivitis

Congratulations, you are expecting! What a joyful time full of anticipation. Whether you are already a mom or this is your first time expecting, this is a very exciting time of your life. Many women spend hours reading about how to take care of themselves while pregnant, but neglect to consider the importance of diligent oral care.
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Gum Recession

Ignoring health issues does not make them go away, and the same is true in regard to your oral health. The mouth was designed to give you warning signs when things are awry so that you will seek the attention you need. With early intervention, most dental issues can be treated with no lasting consequences to wreak havoc on your mouth.
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The Importance of a Good Dental Routine

A routine is a set plan that lays out a specific path to help you achieve your goals. Contrary to popular belief, a routine does not need to be complicated to be effective. In fact, the simpler a routine is, the easier it is to follow and continue.
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