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Think Of Oral Bacteria This Way…

Our office prides itself on being a ‘lecture-free zone.’ Rather than lecture patients on brushing and flossing, we prefer to educate them. It is our belief that patients who understand the WHY of oral hygiene typically have higher commitments. No … Continue reading

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Destructive, Costly Path Of Oral Bacteria

Maintaining a clean, healthy mouth should be a top priority for American adults. Yet, it is often taken lightly until something hurts. To illustrate the domino effect of bacteria buildup in the mouth, follow its typical path below: • Failure … Continue reading

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Oral Bacteria & Alzheimers Disease

Bacteria in your mouth from poor oral hygiene is far more destructive than the cause of bad breath and cavities. According to researchers, the bacteria found in gum disease has been linked to brain tissue degeneration. Research has already found … Continue reading

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Oral Bacteria Attacks More than Just Your Mouth

Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in North America? Are you aware that more than 46% of Americans are affected by gum disease? This means that more likely than not, you or someone around … Continue reading

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