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  • What’s the Fastest Way to Straighten Your Teeth?

    The way the body produces tooth movement is quite an amazing and complicated process. It involves many different tissues, cells, and cell signaling substances. When a force is applied to the roots of the teeth through the braces and the wire, or from aligners, the cells in the bone and tissues surrounding the root are stimulated to act. All these biological changes take time to take place and they can vary from patient to patient.
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  • How Stress Impacts Oral Health

    In today’s busy and dynamic world, stress is a common concern for most people. Inevitably, life can bring unexpected and sometimes complicated moments and situations that are stressful in nature. Our ability to cope with that stress may become challenging and over time can start to impact our health. Our bodies were made to tolerate […]
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  • Can Mouthwash Replace Toothbrushing?

    Plaque is a coating of bacteria that builds up on your teeth throughout the day and night. It can result in tooth decay, bad breath and gingivitis (bleeding gums) if not cleaned daily. If used alone, neither mouthwash nor toothpaste can effectively neutralize the negative effects of plaque. Fluoride restores minerals to your teeth that […]
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  • Tongue Scraper: Dental Tool of the Day

    The word scrape may actually sound harsh, and perhaps a softer-sounding moniker would make people fonder of it. Tongue scrapers are oral devices used to eliminate fungi, bacterial build-up, food debris and dead cells from the tongue’s surface. Tongue scraping has been practiced for hundreds of years but are still little appreciated or used by […]
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  • How Does Diabetes and Smoking Increase Gum Disease Risk?

    Gum disease can be of two forms. GINGIVITIS is the superficial form that involves bleeding and inflammation of the gums in response to the presence of bacteria called PLAQUE. Gingivitis can then progress to PERIODONTITIS. This involves the bone around teeth dissolving. This means that teeth gradually lose support and become loose, until they are eventually lost.
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