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  • History of Dentistry

    In the early days, dentistry involved cleaning as well as extracting teeth. It also involved applying a dressing to a faulty tooth and using mouthwash to get relief from toothaches. Mostly, the cleaning of teeth involved scraping and using acids (which was done by barbers) to remove the dirt. To [...]

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    Receding Gums - Causes and Treatment

    There are two popular causes of receding gums. Brushing your teeth and gums too hard is one of them. Since your gums consist of soft tissue that is very delicate, brushing too hard can cause damage to this tissue. Using soft bristled toothbrush and brushing in an easy, circular motion can alleviate [...]

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    The Types Of Toothbrushes

    There are a few different types of toothbrushes out there in the Kentucky markets in and around London, Pittsburg, East Bernstadt, and Lily.The Manual Toothbrush vs. ElectricThis manual toothbrush is the classic, handheld toothbrush. An ADA seal guarantees that your toothbrush has solid, [...]

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    Oral Cancer Screenings

    Oral cancer screenings are done by the dentists to try to catch potentially cancerous cells, or conditions that may lead to cancer, in a person's mouth. Like many other types of cancers, early identification can help patients start treatment in time to get rid of the cancer. An oral cancer screening[...]

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    Top Causes of Tooth Decay

    Dental caries are a common oral health condition many people face in London, Pittsburg, East Bernstadt, Lily and the surrounding areas. Also known as tooth decay or dental decay, this problem results from the decay of the tooth structure due to acids produced by bacteria in the mouth. Dental caries [...]

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    Signs of Sleep Apnea

    Sleep is very important. It’s the time when your body heals itself and your mind clear itself. We need it for our well-being and our health. When there’s a problem that comes between you and a great night’s sleep, it might be a bigger issue than you think. Sleep apnea is an all too common [...]

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    Foods for Your Teeth

    You should keep in mind that the food you eat - and just how regularly you eat - are critical when it comes to avoiding dental cavities as well as maintaining superior oral health. As you place food inside your mouth, there is always some change that will take place. If your mouth harbors bacteria, [...]

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    The Latest and Modern Advancements in Dental Technology

    Today's amazing advancements in technology can offer patients detailed and explicit solutions for conventional dental issues. The motivating power behind advances in dental technology is to give patients best in class dental treatment that can be controlled in a compelling, efficient, and [...]

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    Maintaining Good Oral Hygiene With Dental Floss

    Second only to brushing, dental flossing is the most important way to maintain good oral hygiene and keep your mouth healthy. Brushing teeth gets most of the bacteria that causes cavities and other gum disease. However, bacteria can hide in between the teeth. Everyone needs to floss in order to [...]

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