Teeth Brushing and Heart Disease

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How important is it to brush your teeth? Well, more and more studies are showing that keeping your teeth and your mouth clean can actually be effective at preventing, of all things, heart disease. That’s right. We have found that people who have bacterial infections, periodontal disease, are more likely to have problems associated with heart disease. Now, whether it’s because of the teeth or it’s because of the fact that certain individuals may not take care of their teeth or their overall health, we’re not sure. But there is clearly that association.

 

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Teeth Brushing and Heart Disease

Teeth Brushing and Heart Disease

How important is it to brush your teeth? Well, more and more studies are showing that keeping your teeth and your mouth clean can actually be effective at preventing, of all things, heart disease. That’s right, researchers have found that people who have bacterial infections, periodontal disease, are more likely to have problems associated with heart disease. Now, whether it’s because of the teeth or it’s because of the fact that certain individuals may not take care of their teeth or their overall health, researchers are not sure. But there is clearly that association.

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When Do Babies Develop Teeth?

When Do Babies Develop Teeth?

A lot of parents are concerned about when their children will get their first teeth. Really, it does vary, but systematically across the board, it’s usually the first tooth at six months and another tooth every month thereafter. It’s important that parents not put pressure on themselves as they watch for their baby’s development. Most children, if not all, about 99.99%, develop teeth and their teeth grow, and they grow fine. So you don’t want to be over that stressful barrel where you’re telling yourself that it’s not going to happen, because it will.

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Preventing a Painful Toothache

Preventing a Painful Toothache

You know, you hear about toothache and toothache pain. If you’ve had one, you know how bad it is, but one of the best ways to deal with a toothache is to never let it get to that situation in the first place. If you notice that you’re having some sort of irritation, you should get to the dentist as soon as you can. Get that help because early steps are often less aggressive and less painful. Now, we know you’re thinking, ‘I don’t want to go to the dentist. I don’t want to experience that kind of pain.’ But, believe it or not, if you get to these things earlier, and if you maintain your teeth, you often won’t have to have those situations and frustrations.

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