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Erosion: What you eat and drink can impact teeth

Erosion: What you eat and drink can impact teeth

Sugar isn’t the only dietary factor that can damage your smile. Foods and beverages that are high in acids wear away the enamel that protects your teeth, a process known as tooth erosion. This changes the appearance of your teeth and opens the door for bacteria that can cause cavities or infection.

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What causes halitosis?

What causes halitosis?

Halitosis – or chronic bad breath – is something that mints, mouthwash or a good brushing can’t solve. If quick bad breath fixes are only covering up the problem for a short time, something else may be happening in your body.

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Did you know your digestive health can affect your teeth?

Did you know your digestive health can affect your teeth?

Frequent stomach upset can cause a gradual wearing away of the protective enamel on your teeth, a process known as tooth erosion. This can affect the appearance of your teeth and open the door for harmful bacteria that cause cavities.

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Dental Emergency: it’s better to be prepared

Dental Emergency: it’s better to be prepared

Accidents happen, and knowing what to do when one occurs can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth.

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How does Diabetes affect your teeth?

How does Diabetes affect your teeth?

The warning signs of diabetes affect every part of your body. If diabetes is left untreated, it can take a toll on your mouth as well. Being well-informed about this helps us to be alert, keep reading...

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