Category Archives: Gum Disease

Why Should You Brush Your Teeth Twice a Day?

You might already know that you need to brush your teeth twice every day because it reduces the bad bacteria in your mouth, removes food debris and stains from teeth, and prevents halitosis. But you might not be aware of … Continue reading

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Strokes and Your Oral Health: Know the Connection

May is Stroke Awareness Month Strokes are widely known to be linked to diabetes and high blood pressure. There’s also a condition linking stroke dental health. The condition is periodontal (gum) disease. Health professionals have been aware of the connection … Continue reading

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