3 Reasons To Floss Your Teeth Regularly

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You might not enjoy brushing your teeth each day or flossing, but these are the most important things you can do to care for your teeth. Flossing is something a lot of people view as an optional activity; however, flossing is just as important as brushing your teeth. Flossing can help you prevent the following three oral problems, and that is why you should start flossing regularly if you do not already.

19 September 2017

Pregnant? Follow These Tips For Better Oral Health

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A woman's body goes through many changes while pregnant. While the main focus is on the growing baby on the inside, there are other areas of the body that are going through changes of their own. Oral health is one thing to be more concerned about while pregnant. Higher progesterone levels and morning sickness can cause you to have more oral health problems that you may not be thinking about. These tips will help ensure that you have better oral health while pregnant.

24 August 2017

News Anchor Who Smoke May Put Their Career At Risk

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Thousands of people across the nation dream of becoming news anchors because of the exciting opportunities it presents. Unfortunately, those who smoke may be putting their smiles at risk of developing intrinsic stains and needing teeth whitening, like that offered at Cape Dental Care, to protect their livelihood. Smiles Matter...But Only Good Ones News anchors need to present a great smile to the camera when they are on the air. People often heavily judge those who do not have a nice smile or who are unwilling to smile.

27 July 2017

Why You Don'T Want A Dry Mouth And What You Can Do To Avoid It

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While you may feel that dry mouth is nothing more than an irritation to you, there are actually other problems that having a dry mouth often can lead to. There is a good reason why people have salivary glands in their mouth that are intended to constantly produce saliva. One of the main reasons for this is to help to break down the food you eat. However, saliva also plays other important roles with regards to the health of your teeth, and your mouth in general.

12 July 2017

Dental Help In A Hurry

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When you have problems with your teeth, you have problems with everything. A toothache or other dental mishaps could ruin your day, and you may not be able to get to the dentist until later. You should know that there are some things you can do yourself to help ease your dental situation. Read on to learn more about getting some dental relief in a hurry. Toothache: You likely already know that pain in an area of your mouth will mean you need to make an appointment with your dentist.

14 June 2017

Four Fabulous Ways To Make Family Dentistry An Awesome Experience In Your Household

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While the thought of going to the dentist doesn't always conjure up the most pleasant thoughts for a lot of people, there are ways in which you can change all that for your family. Going to the dentist is, after all, a highly beneficial and healthy practice, so why not make the most of it?  Here are 4 ways to make family dentistry an awesome experience in your household. These will be especially helpful if your kids or partner (or you, for that matter) have any qualms about getting into that big, sterile chair.

18 May 2017

Having Oral Surgery? Four Soft Foods To Have On Hand For Breakfast

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If you're planning to have oral surgery in the future, such as a tooth extraction, don't make the mistake of not thinking about your meals until after the surgery. There will be restrictions to what you can eat, limiting your diet to softer foods in those days immediately following the surgery. If your morning breakfast staples are things that are hard and crunchy, like an apple, you'll need to switch up your diet with these foods.

28 February 2017