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Understanding the 4 Stages of Periodontal Disease

Understanding the 4 Stages of Periodontal Disease

Since childhood, we have been told the reasons behind proper oral care. However, leading a busy life will sometimes get in the way of our oral health, and one of the common dental concerns associated with neglected oral health is periodontal disease. The disease affects almost 47.2% of adults aged 30 and over and is also found in senior individuals. Almost 70.1% of adults between 65-70 years of age suffer from periodontal disease in the US.

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Tea and Coffee Stains on Your Teeth? Here’s How You Can Remove Them

Tea and Coffee Stains on Your Teeth? Here’s How You Can Remove Them

While a cup of coffee or tea can help you kick start your day, it can also stain your teeth. Tannin, a polyphenol compound found in coffee and tea that breaks down in water, is responsible for the color and flavor. It enables color compounds to stick to your teeth, leaving behind a yellow hue. Small amounts of tea and coffee are enough to stain your teeth, and regular consumption can cause more long-term stains.

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Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants Options at Smile Arizona Dentistry

Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants Options at Smile Arizona Dentistry

Did you know that the state of your mouth can affect your entire physical well-being? Just like the rest of your body, your mouth is teeming with bacteria, most of which are generally harmless. However, as the single opening to your respiratory and digestive system, your mouth can pave the way for harmful bacteria into your internal organs. This is why oral hygiene is vital.

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7 Simple Tips to Take Care of Your Clear Aligners

7 Simple Tips to Take Care of Your Clear Aligners
Clear teeth aligners are lightweight, transparent plastic trays used for correcting teeth alignment. They are convenient, easy to wear, and customizable depending on your teeth' size and shape. Aligners will gradually move your teeth to create a straighter smile. Typically, you will wear a tray for two weeks and then replace it with another one until you get the desired alignment....Continue reading