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Check Your Breath For These Health Alerts

Check Your Breath For These Health Alerts

Checking your breath may not just save you from awkward social moments — it could also save your life. From lung cancer to kidney failure, find out what medical conditions doctors can detect by telling you to just open your mouth. Bad breath is embarrassing! We all...
How To Minimize Mercury Vapor From Amalgam Fillings

How To Minimize Mercury Vapor From Amalgam Fillings

Minimizing Amount of Mercury Released from Your Amalgam Fillings Research has proven that there is a connection between dental wellness, your immune system and your overall health. There has been extensive research on mercury fillings and mercury detoxification. What...
Natural Routine For Perfect Oral Hygiene

Natural Routine For Perfect Oral Hygiene

Our oral health system which includes everything in our mouth, is a living, changing environment. Optimal oral health comes with supporting the body and mouth from the inside out at the same time. Thus, by just treating from the outside alone (like brushing and...
Brush Your Teeth To Postpone Alzheimer’s

Brush Your Teeth To Postpone Alzheimer’s

Researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered a clear connection between if you brush your teeth to help postpone Alzheimer’s and how effective this can be. The researchers have determined that gum disease (gingivitis) plays a decisive role in whether...
Tips for Our Coffee Drinkers

Tips for Our Coffee Drinkers

For so many of us, coffee is one of the most important parts of the morning routine So, here are a few tips from Brit Phillips DDS Fort Worth for our coffee drinkers. The aroma, taste, and warmth wake your senses. The downside for coffee lovers is the concern over the...
When Your Bite is Misaligned

When Your Bite is Misaligned

Do your teeth feel like they don’t exactly fit together and your bite is misaligned? Perhaps you have difficulties speaking or even experience teeth grinding at night? You might have a misaligned bite. Often called by several names, such as malocclusion, crossbite,...