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Detect disease early in the dental office
Because many diseases can cause specific signs and symptoms in and around the mouth and jaw, dentists see clues that may point to critical health issues. As a result, increasing numbers of dentists are urging their patients to seek medical tests that Continue reading

Protect your baby’s health
Did you know, your oral hygiene habits may affect your baby’s health? Some studies have shown that women with gum (periodontal) disease may be up to 7.5 times more likely to have a pregnancy complication.¹ As many as 18% of the 250,000 premature Continue reading

A smart sugar substitute
Snacking between meals on foods high in sugar can lead to cavities. That’s because sugary snack foods are usually high in sucrose, a form of sugar that the bacteria in your mouth feast on, generating more bacteria and increasing acid levels. Continue reading

The information contained here should not be used as a substitute for the care and advice of your dentist or physician. We encourage you to visit your dentist regularly and discuss any questions or concerns you may have regarding your oral health.