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An Overview of Periodontal (Gum) Disease by Top3dentists Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 6:45pm Periodontal disease, more commonly known as “Gum” disease, is the infection of the tissue that is in between and supports teeth. Periodontal diseases attack directly beneath the gum line, causing the supportive structures that keep the tooth in place to weaken. As the disease progresses, a pocket begins to form in the infected area between teet ... Read on »
6 THINGS YOUR TEETH SAY ABOUT YOUR HEALTH by Shelly V. Facebook Posted Tue 04 Oct 2011 3:48pm Oral health is something that all of us have been told to care about all our lives rightback from the time we were first able to hold a toothbrush. It’s a gateway to overallhealth. You might have dreaded the dentist’s clinics at least once in your life, haven’tyou? when you ventured out to get that horrible tooth extraction done. You even mightha ... Read on »
Healthy Moms Dictionary - What is Gingivitis? by Cascia T. Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 4:14pm Sometimes we get so busy that it is hard to set aside two minutes to brush our teeth during the day. I try to brush, floss and rinse every day but life's obstacles and fatigue tend to get in my way. Today the Healthy Moms dictionary will explore periodontal disease and gingivitis. According to Perio.Org, "Gingivitis is the mildest form ... Read on »
Health Tips for February 15 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:13pm Health Tip: Take Care of Your Teeth If you've been diagnosed with periodontal disease, you're not alone. Some 80 percent of American adults currently have some form of the gum disease, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. Our mouths are full of bacteria, which along with mucus and food particles form a ... Read on »
Smoking: A danger to healthy Teeth and Gum’s by AmeriPlan .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:16pm When you see the warning label on cigarette packages —“Quitting smoking now greatly reduces serious risks to your health.”— what smoking-related diseases come to mind? Lung cancer, cancer of the throat, and Emphysema, But, did you know that half ofperiodontal (gum) diseasein smokers is caused by smoking? Chronic (long-term) periodontal gum diseas ... Read on »
Sugarless chewing gum is a great means of cleaning your teeth folks who wants MapleStory Mesos use a tooth brush with you everyw by karahangold Posted Fri 31 May 2013 6:34am    Sugarless chewing gum is a great means of cleaning your teeth folks who wantsMapleStory Mesosuse a tooth brush with you everywhere. Gnaw a bit of sugarless gum to completely clean the teeth after consuming a smaller munch. Keep in mind that chewing gum is not best for your teeth whether or not this consists of any kind of sugars. Don't use an ... Read on »
How To Get Shiny Teeth And Healthy Gums With Oil Pulling: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 May 2009 10:01pm Guest post byAnanga Sivyar f rom Living By Design Rejuvenate Your Body: Every so often the internet buzzes with a new “cure all”, right now oil pulling is the thing. So what is it? And should you be doing it? Oil pulling comes from Ayurveda where rinsing the mouth with oil is recommended for keeping teeth and gums healthy. ... Read on »
My Dog Needs a Dental – What About Yours? by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Tue 19 Feb 2013 6:00am February is Pet Dental Health Month, and I’m taking advantage of the discount offered at a local veterinary clinic to get my dog Apollo’s teeth cleaned. He is a boxer with one of the worst underbites you’ll ever see. Because his teeth don’t meet up the way they should, tartar builds up faster than it would otherwise and “stuff” (that’s the techni ... Read on »
Long Teeth, Loose Teeth, Spaces, & Gum Surgery by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 5:03pm Every week another patient comes into the office worried about loose teeth, long teeth, and gum, or periodontal, surgery. When a person gets a serious form of gum disease called periodontitis, the bone supporting the teeth gradually withers away. The bone loss can be irregular throughout the jawbone and can be episodic. Too much bone lo ... Read on »