Smoking may be on the decline, but it’s still more common
than you may think. Many know that smoking carries risks but may not know
exactly how bad it is. In addition to major issues like lung cancer and heart
health, the effects of smoking on oral health are serious and can lead to a
lifetime of trouble and … Continue Reading
you think dental visits only concern your oral health? You shouldn’t! While
dentists are primarily concerned with your teeth, what they do affects your
whole body. Not only can some illnesses be identified by your dentist, other
diseases and illnesses can be prevented through good dental care. Not everyone
is aware of how dental health affects overall health, but some of the
connections are significant!
Inflammation: A Big Part of How Dental Health Affects … Continue Reading
While dental care is first and foremost an issue of good health, it’s undeniably part of our social well-being too! And few things can make someone more embarrassed than chronic or acute cases of foul breath. Learning how to have fresh breath all time can make you more confident and help avoid awkward social situations.
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Your permanent teeth are only permanent if you take care of them. Poor dental care, injuries or health complications can lead to tooth loss. Whether the tooth loss was preventable or not, how you handle it afterward is within your control.
It’s important to understand that a lost tooth isn’t the end
of the story. Learn about the … Continue Reading
You already know that caring for your teeth and gums is important to your oral health and your health in general. But do you know how to tell if you are doing a thorough job of cleaning your teeth and gums? Here are 5 signs of good oral health from Pointe Dental Group, serving … Continue Reading
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The New Year is here, and that means it’s time to decide on your New Year’s resolution. The best resolutions aren’t major life changes – they’re easily achievable goals which can improve your life. This year, why not focus on your dental health? Questions about how to improve oral health are common, so read on … Continue Reading