How Dental Health Impacts the Rest of Your Body

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Dental Health Brentwood TN How Dental Health Impacts the Rest of Your Body Over 3.5 billion people, or half of the world's population, are affected by oral diseases! It’s important to understand that oral health doesn't only affect a person's mouth. Poor dental health can lead to issues throughout the body.  Oral symptoms are often... Read more »

How Vitamins and Minerals Affect Your Teeth

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Dental Health Brentwood TN How Vitamins and Minerals Affect Your Teeth Dental cavities, or tooth decay, affect over 90% of the U.S. adult population. Gum disease, while less common, still affects an alarming 50% of adults over the age of 30.  U.S. children are suffering too, with tooth decay affecting more than 40% of those between the ages... Read more »

Dental Hygiene Basics Everyone Needs to Know

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Dental Hygiene Brentwood TN Dental Hygiene Basics Everyone Needs to Know Happy National Dental Hygiene Month!  Many individuals refrain from visiting the dentist for a wide variety of different reasons. If you're among these thousands of people who don’t enjoy seeing the dentist, it would be wise to spare yourself the stress of frequent... Read more »

How To Choose the Best Mouthguard for You

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Mouthguard Brentwood TN How to Choose the Best Mouthguard for You Mouthguards are essential for protection during certain sports and physical activities.  Without them, you’re likely to experience tooth injuries like cracks or fractured roots. Some individuals even experience the complete loss of teeth! This is why athletes need to take extra precautionary measures to... Read more »

How Regular Dental Visits Can Help Prevent Oral Cancer

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Oral Cancer Brentwood TN How Regular Dental Visits Can Help Prevent Oral Cancer Approximately 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year. It causes nearly 10,000 deaths annually, and only about 50 percent of people who are diagnosed with oral cancer live more than 5 years. With those figures in mind, it is obviously important... Read more »