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September 18, 2018
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September 06, 2018
Acidic beverages contribute to tooth decayOne of the most common causes of dental problems is dental decay/dental caries, also known as cavities. Cavities begin gradually by the softening of enamel and tooth structure. The process of decay progresses to the inner layers of the tooth, dentin, and sometimes the pulp (blood vessels and nerve tissue within the tooth). It is ideal to treat a dental cavity before it...
August 29, 2018
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July 18, 2018
Summer family fun in Fort Worth Fort Worth is a great city and spending the summer right here in town is just as awesome even when the temperature reaches a hundred degrees. A great way to cool off here is spending some time drenching wet in water! The Safari Splash is a 14000 square foot water park that has 4 slides, a water dump area, and...
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July 12, 2018
All About the Tongue The tongue is a necessary muscle that helps by providing taste buds to the mouth and contributing to speech when it moves. The tongue should be cleaned daily for it to provide taste adequately and prevent halitosis (mouth odor). The tongue can serve as an indicator of wellness. A redded tongue may be due to iron deficiency (anemia), niacin deficiency, or scarlet fever. A...
June 25, 2018
Why do my teeth look short? Teeth come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some people have a full smile with longer and wider teeth filling up their smile corridor. And many people have short and narrow teeth also. Functionally, all shapes and forms of teeth can be very healthy and not related to any dental problems. Cosmetically, people with smaller teeth may desire to close the spaces around...
June 20, 2018
Yoga and your smiles Ever sit through a yoga class and just feel the effects it has on your overall body, how it tones your muscles, clears your mind, strengthens your bones and immune system over time? With its many beneficial factors on the overall body, it shouldn’t be to anyone’s surprise that yoga improves your oral health as well. Stress is known to cause havoc on the body, from the cardiovascular system to your...
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