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Tooth sensitivity will typically happen to everyone throughout their lifetime, for a variety of reasons. What are the causes of tooth sensitivity, how do you treat it, and how can a dentist help?

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Is all toothpaste created equal? We will give you some tips on choosing which is best for you and your family.

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We have all heard it. “Brush twice a day for sure, maybe even three times if you can, and also after every meal if you have time”.

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Who is she and how did she come to be?

Most of us can remember the anxiety, or thrill, of losing our baby teeth. That moment when you realized you were no longer a toddler and, even better, you’d be visited by the Tooth Fairy.

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We can’t cure canker sores, but we can help.

What are canker sores, how do I avoid them, and how can my dentist help?

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Dentists & Hygiene Warriors Rejoice!

The development of biosensors helps monitor and maintain the bacteria in your mouth.

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Working on a Cure for Dry Mouth

Did you know Salivary Science was a thing?

Beginning in 2005, an international team of graduate students from the University of Delaware and the Christina Care Health System in Newark, DE has been making a bold attempt to engineer an implantable replacement salivary gland.

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Using a mouthwash can be a smart addition to your daily smile-care routine, yet according to the United Kingdom’s Oral Health Foundation, only 31% of adults use mouthwash. Ideally, you’re already adding it as a part of your routine, which includes brushing and flossing twice daily. If not, we have a few reasons you might want to add that finishing touch. read more

Many people believe that gum disease is simply caused by poor oral hygiene. But did you know that it is actually a communicable infection?

That means that when you come share mouth bacteria with people who have gum disease, or allow your pet to lick your mouth, you’re increasing your risk of developing gum disease. read more

Bodily piercings are very common. It’s likely that you or a friend has a body piercing. Although not entirely common, about 5% of young adults have oral piercings. These may be a form of self-expression, but they also pose a threat to health.

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