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Oral Health Care

Regular Dental Checkups: Essential For Oral Health

Are you taking your dental health seriously? Regular dental checkups are an important part of maintaining good oral hygiene. Not only do they help identify cavities and other dental problems early, but they can also detect any underlying oral health issues that may be causing pain or discomfort. In this blog post, we will explore

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Teeth Straightening Options In Greenville

Imagine you have misaligned and crooked teeth- forget about appearance; teeth grinding has ruined your eating pattern largely. In such situations, it becomes imperative to deal with teeth misalignment, thanks to teeth straightening. With good teeth straightening procedures, you will be able to restore your facial appearance and improve your oral health naturally. Here’s everything

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Westhill Dental in Greenville, WI is partnering with Flannel Check to let you know that there is more to your regular dental cleaning and exam than just keeping your teeth and gums clean. April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. According to The Oral Cancer Foundation, one thing that makes oral cancer so dangerous is that

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5 Signs of Needing a Root Canal Treatment

When you’re suffering from ‘pulpitis’ you need a root canal treatment. Pulpitis is pulp inflammation in the innermost portion of a tooth. From there, the infection seeps down to the tooth root. While cavities and other types of oral infection occurring on the tooth’s surface do not require surgery, pulpitis can not be handled without

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How Do Soda and Energy Drinks Affect Your Teeth?

Soda and Energy Drinks How do soda, energy drinks and sugary drinks affect your teeth? Tooth Decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth using sugar from foods and drinks to produce acids that dissolve and damage the teeth. Sugar sweetened beverages have high levels of sugar and drinking these can significantly contribute to tooth

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Ways to Improve Children’s Dental Health

According to national studies, one in four children will have at least one cavity before the age of 4.  In order to help boost awareness of the importance of kid’s dental health, February was named National Children’s Dental Health Month. Don’t let your child’s mouth look this this image – this is Baby Bottle Mouth –