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Dental Health

How Your Dental Health Affects Your Overall Health

Poor dental health can increase your chances of gum disease, periodontal disease, and tooth decay. Regular visits to your dentist can prevent these conditions and keep your oral health in check. However, research has shown that your overall health and dental health are connected. The health of your mouth can reflect the health of your […]

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Types of Dental Implants

Dental implants refer to tooth procedures, usually installing titanium posts into the jawbone to replace the missing tooth. Depending on the condition of the teeth, dental implants can have a variety of costs due to the different types of procedures on the market. No mouth is the same, and dentists will have to improvise to […]

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Different Types of Braces

Braces are one of the most dreaded forms of teeth care, as braces can impact the way you eat, speak, and interact with people around you. However, if you have a set of teeth that need to be reshaped for your health, braces may be the only option that you have before your teeth begin […]

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Mouthguards: All You Need to Know

If you’re like many people, you likely find yourself grinding your teeth at night or clenching you jaw. While these might seem innocuous, teeth grinding and jaw clenching can lead to serious problems. These include: Cracked teeth Broken teeth Muscle stiffness TMD/TMJ – temporomandibular joint disorder What is a mouthguard/nightguard? A mouthguard is a device […]

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Periodontal Disease and Prevention

Periodontal disease is one of the most common dental ailments we see in patients. In fact, over three million people in America suffer from this disease. Periodontal disease must be diagnosed by a medical professional and requires treatment from a medical professional. Never try treating it on your own. What is periodontal disease? Periodontal disease […]

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Nutrition – What Is Best For My Teeth?

Nutritious food cannot take the place of good oral hygiene, but making healthy choices can have a positive impact on teeth and gums. Dr. Jacob Laudie and his team at Jacob Laudie Dental are passionate about the well-being of their patients. They offer a wealth of information on how a well-balanced diet that includes calcium, […]

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Sugar Content in Drinks and Daily Sugar Intake Limit

The American Heart Association links various health conditions to excessive sugar intake. The recommended amount of sugar individuals should consume in a day is six teaspoons (24 grams) for women and nine teaspoons (36 grams) for men. If you compare this to the average sugar levels that an average American consumes in a day, you […]

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