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Your Diet and Your Teeth

To prevent cavities and maintain good oral health, your diet — what you eat and how often you eat — are important factors. Changes in your mouth start the minute you eat certain foods. You need lots of calcium for healthy teeth and gums. Low-fat dairy...

Dark Chocolate Strengthens Your Teeth

Tasty fact for chocolate lovers…you can give your smile a boost by eating dark chocolate! Although it seems too good to be true, dark chocolate can actually be good for you. When consumed in moderation, this delicious treat has some powerful health benefits....

Saliva DNA DrugMap

                  Salivary diagnostics have become very progressive. Brit Phillips DDS, a Fort Worth dentist,  offers this technology to his patients in an effort to provide the best dental care possible. Dr. Phillips is a...

Holiday Season Affects Your Waistline and Teeth

The holiday  season can have a big effect on your waistline, but your weight may not be the only thing to suffer. Because of all those sugary treats most people eat at this time of year, your dental health may take a bit of a knock too. If you’re planning on...

Men Check Your Dental Health

According to Men’s Health magazine, it’s a good thing barbecue is so popular in Texas — worst case, the state’s dentally challenged can simply gum their fall-off-the-bone favorite. In ranking the nation’s best and worst teeth, two Lone...

Thanksgiving Cranberries Prevent Tooth Decay

How Cranberries Can Benefit Oral Health This Thanksgiving be sure to stock up and feast on delicious cranberries. What do cranberries have to do with your oral health? The compounds block a molecule made by the bacteria known as streptococcus mutans, which are found...