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Who should be concerned about gum disease? Before you say “not me,” be aware that gum disease affects almost half of adults over age 30, and 70 percent of adults over age 65. Unfortunately, this condition doesn’t always show obvious signs, so millions of people don’t realize they have it until the disease reaches an…

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How good are you at guessing someone’s age? Can you place them in the right year — or even the right decade? According to a recent study, this is harder to do if the person is smiling. That’s because we tend to perceive smiling faces as more youthful and attractive. Yet many of us start…

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By now you (hopefully!) know the basics of healthy teeth: brush twice a day, floss at least once a day, and visit your dentist on the reg. That’s it, right? Not quite. You also need to pay attention to the food you eat, the drinks you sip, and the products you use—all of which can contribute…

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I know the world has much bigger issues. But a significant source of discontent for me, over the last few years, was the appearance of my front teeth. I’d had braces as a teenager (some four decades ago), along with a few whitening treatments more recently, but I still noticed problems with my smile. One…

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One tradition that has become universal in many cultures is photographing the event for the express purpose of recording forever the magic of a wedding day. Whether bride or groom, you’ll want to look your best and in the midst of all the preparations and the stress involved, you’ll want to consider planning to look…

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Flawless skin is highly desirable among people of all ages. Although any skin problem can cause great discomfort, people are especially impacted by breakouts on the face. Depending on how disfiguring the condition is, right up there with a bad smile, it can cause anxiety and severely impact quality of life. Peri-oral dermatitis literally means…

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Flossing before brushing may reduce dental plaque and help maximize the benefits of cavity-fighting fluoride. Researchers have found that flossing before brushing may be the ideal sequence for the most thorough removal of dental plaque. The report is featured in the Journal of Periodontology (JOP), which is published by the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP)….

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In recent years, dentistry has seen an ever-increasing use of high-tech tools and techniques. The restorative materials dentists use today work better and hold up longer than ever before. Yet it’s still not possible to guarantee that any dental restoration will last forever. Why not? To answer that question, first think about what your fillings,…

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