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99.7% of practices have implemented enhanced infection control procedures; Less than 1% of dental professionals report COVID-19 positivity. Chicago, Illinois – October 15, 2020 – The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) announced today that an article published ahead of print in the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) supports the efforts periodontists are taking…

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Experts share their takes on whether Jawzrsize works or not — and whether it’s even possible to “tone” your jaw. There’s no shame in lusting after a chiseled, defined jaw and contoured cheeks and chin, but beyond a really good bronzer and a nice face massage, there isn’t a permanent way to “slim down” your…

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Practice this breathing exercise for stress twice a day, every day, and you’ll feel cool as a cucumber when life throws you a curveball. Sweaty palms, racing heart, and shaking hands seem like inevitable physical responses to stress, whether it be a deadline at work or a performance at a karaoke bar. But turns out,…

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I have well-controlled diabetes. Do I have a higher risk for complications if I get dental implants? That’s an excellent question — and since there are over 26 million diabetic individuals in the United States, it’s relevant to many people. As you probably know, diabetes is the name for a group of metabolic diseases that…

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What if you have been told you have sleep apnea, but you don’t want to wear a CPAP mask at night. Read more about sleep apnea and treatment options. Sleep apnea (“a” – without; “pnea” – breath) is a medical condition in which breathing stops for short periods of time lasting from 10 seconds to…

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A recent study has periodontists, experts in the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of periodontal disease, encouraging patients to maintain gum health in an effort to reduce their Alzheimer’s disease risk. The study, published in the journal Science Advances, uncovered a potential link between P. gingivalis, the bacteria associated with periodontal disease (commonly known as gum disease) and…

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The Science is clear: They are getting smaller…with consequences. What is happening to our jaws? It’s been happening for 100’s of years now and the causes are multifactorial but they all translate to an increased risk of an array of serious chronic health issues and to profound esthetic issues. The United States is the most…

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Inhale, exhale, and take note: Did you breathe through your nose or your mouth? Breathing through the mouth instead of the nose may seem like a trivial concern, but when mouth breathing becomes habitual, various oral health problems may result. For example, a dry mouth can lead to increased oral bacteria; this puts chronic mouth…

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