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Previously, we wrote a blog post listing 5 bad foods for your teeth that you should avoid in order to keep your smile at its best. While those were important to note, there are also some other foods that also contribute to damaging your teeth. It is imperative to be aware of all of the

Good Oral Health Practices

If you are looking to maintain a great smile over a lifetime, there are oral health practices that must be done regularly. Our oral health relies on using a dental routine that promotes strong teeth and a healthy mouth. Follow these simple habits to help prevent any conditions and keep your gums and teeth protected. 

5 Bad Foods for Your Teeth

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It has become a common practice these days to remove your wisdom teeth as a teen or young adult. Wisdom teeth are the third molars located in the very back of the mouth. They usually start to grow between the ages of 17 to 25. Once they begin to grow, if they have completely erupted

Toothbrush Care

Everyday we use our toothbrushes, but how often do we take the time to care for them properly? Keeping your toothbrush in great condition is a major factor in ensuring that your teeth and gums are being cleaned well.  Ways to Clean Many people are not aware that you should be cleaning your toothbrush as
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