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Islip Cosmetic Dentist Enhances Patient Knowledge of Dental Health

ISLIP, New York – Patients can now gain valuable dental health care knowledge by visiting Dr. Joseph Morris', Islip cosmetic dentist, interactive website. Dr. Morris announces the addition of an online patient education library to enhance patient knowledge outside of the office.

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New Jersey Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Thomas Streko: Dental Health Isn't Just About Your Teeth

WESTFIELD, New Jersey – One of New Jersey's leading cosmetic dentists, Dr. Thomas Streko, recently published an article on his website, www.DrStreko.com titled “The Mouth Body Connection.” In the article, Dr. Streko discusses how your dental health doesn't just provide clues to how well you take care of your teeth. It can also alert your dentist to other problems going on inside your body. Dr. Streko explains how this link called the “mouth body connection” is fast evolving into a major diagnostic tool.

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What Causes Cavities?

CHICAGO,Illinois – There are two types of oral bacteria that produce cavities and these are the Streptococcus mutans and the Lactobacillus spp. that multiply in numbers if a patient does not practice good oral hygiene. These bacterial species are all lactic acid formers and acid, just for the information of many, can weaken whatever hard surface it comes into contact with including the tooth's enamel.

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Caring Dentistry of San Rafael Explains How to Spot Dental Problems

In an effort to educate Americans on dental implants Dr. Miller of Caring Dentistry is offering tips on how to spot dental problems. <

SAN RAFAEL, California – "Most people know to see their doctor when they have a high fever," notes Dr. Tim Miller, DDS. "However, for some reason many Americans do not see their dentist when they have a dental worry. Part of this is because dental issues are not always easy to identify, and people who are not dental professionals do not realize the severity of the problem. To help you stay on top of your dental health, we have put together the following list of how to spot problems that might warrant a trip to your dentist."

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Improve Your Oral Health in 2011

CHICAGO, Illinois – Many people ring in a new year by making health-related resolutions to improve their lives, but how many of those lifestyle changes are kept past January? The Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), a professional association of more than 35,000 general dentists dedicated to staying up to date in the profession through continuing education, has compiled some easy-to-keep oral health tips that consumers can work into their everyday routines and continue to perform throughout the year.

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South Florida Dentist Warns About Holiday Foods

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – When most people think of foods that can harm your teeth, they think of candy. "However, there are a lot of other foods to avoid," says Dr. Charles Nottingham, a cosmetic dentist at Smile South Florida. "Unfortunately, many of them are popular during the holidays."

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Expecting? Don't Neglect Your Teeth

CHICAGO, Illinois – Even though most people are aware that good oral health is essential for the overall health of both mother and child, misunderstandings about the safety of dental care during pregnancy may cause pregnant women to avoid seeing their dentist. The fact is that dentists can create a treatment plan that is safe, effective, and essential for combating the adverse effects of oral disease during pregnancy.

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Dental Sealants: A Cost Effective Approach to Sealing Out Tooth Decay

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania – Tooth decay affects more than one quarter of children ages two to five, half of those ages 12 to 15 and countless adults in the United States. In fact, tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children; five times more common than asthma and seven times more common than hay fever. While daily brushing and flossing are essential to maintaining healthy teeth and gums, there are other things you can do to further prevent tooth decay from occurring. The good news, tooth decay is preventable.

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This Halloween DonŐt Play Tricks on Your Teeth

ADA Dentists provide Halloween tips about tooth decay, vampire fangs

CHICAGO, Illinois – This Halloween and throughout the year, the American Dental Association (ADA) advises not to play decay-causing tricks on your teeth and offers advice on treats and vampire fangs.

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ADA Launches Smile Healthy Program: New Logo Will Help Consumers Make Smart Product Choices

CHICAGO, Illinois – The American Dental Association (ADA) announced today the launch of its new “Smile Healthy,” certification program aimed at helping consumers identify which foods and beverages are good for oral health.

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