You may have heard the phrase, “the mouth is the gateway to the body,” but do you know how your mouth directly impacts your heart health?
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Appearance is everything today. We all yearn for the latest trends, always trying to look our best. We pay for expensive manicures, haircuts, and facials - but do we pay enough attention to our teeth? People tend to focus on other physical features to change, but why not our teeth? Our dental care is neglected on a daily basis.
Wisdom teeth are also known collectively as the third molar. This is a development that is experienced by most of us. You may be interested to know that the reason we end up calling this process as wisdom teeth is due to the fact that this is a phenomenon which happens when we have supposedly achieved some intelligence. Ideally, it is during the 17 to 25 year age group that people end up usually having their third molar coming through. As most people would know, wisdom teeth do most often than not require extraction. These types of teeth are usually extracted for two prime reasons. One well-known reason is that the teeth are impacted. The other reason is that teeth can be an issue if not extracted.
Did you know that taking care of your gums is just as important as taking care of your teeth?
Learn how modern technology can improve the predictability and accuracy of dental implant placement.
Many people want a healthy and perfect smile. If you would love to have a bright, white smile, use the information from this article to maintain the smile you want.
Wondering if you should get dental bridges or dental implants? Find out in this blog.
Dentures have developed many stigmas: they fall out while eating, they fall out while talking at times and they impact your speech all because they have trouble adhering to the inside of your mouth.
What if you found out those stigmas generally don’t hold water, at least not anymore? Thanks to advancements in dental implant technology, you can get a brand-new set of teeth that are secured, reliable and hard to discern from natural teeth. Get the rest of the story.
Dr. Will Akin stresses the important link between this bone disease and dental health in his Nashville, TN, practice
Your gums and heart are completely separate parts of your body, so the health of one shouldn’t affect the health of the other, right? Surprisingly, studies show the exact opposite; the health of your gums can significantly impact your heart. Here’s what you should know about the surprising connection between gum disease and your heart, and how laser gum disease treatment can help you achieve and maintain better overall health.
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