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November 2017

What Causes Bad Breath?

What Causes Bad Breath?

By | Oral Health

There are many causes for chronic bad breath, called Halitosis, that mouthwash, tooth brushing or a breath mint cannot fix. The American Dental Association (ADA) reports that chronic bad breath is a sign that there may be something else happening in your body, including: Cavities or gum disease. These two dental issues may lead to halitosis. The deep pockets from gum disease can hide bacteria in your mouth that make it difficult to get rid of when brushing teeth and…

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Fluoride is Critical in Fighting the World’s Most Common Disease

Fluoride is Critical in Fighting the World’s Most Common Disease

By | Children's Dentistry, Oral Health

Why is fluoride so important to help prevent cavities for both adults and children? Fluoride is one of the best and safest ways to help you maintain good oral hygiene and prevent the development of cavities, the most common disease in adults and children. Fortunately in the United States many individuals have been spared due to fluoride in the tap water, combined with daily tooth brushing and regular checkups with the dentist.   Here are some common questions often asked…

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