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Dental care: Why are you going to the dentist now?

I have no reason to go to the dentist, my teeth are perfect and healthy! Everyone said this when asked to see a dentist. But in fact, before you consider going to the dentist, until your teeth start to have severe pain.
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Five things you don't know about dentists

The dentist is only the doctor responsible for oral hygiene.
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Your mouth can tell you 4 things about your health

Of course, your breathing will remind you of the garlic you eat for lunch. But this is not what your mouth tells you: problems with gums, teeth and tongue can indicate physical health problems. There are four oral symptoms here, and you should see a doctor or dentist.
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When was the last time you used the word f (floss)?

You know it is coming: you are always scared at the moment. Your hand is already clenching at the edge of the dental chair in anticipation: your dentist is about to drop the "F (flossing) bomb." Then, you see, she did this, she ended your exam with a simple question: "Do you often floss?"
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Six health tips for healthy white teeth

Poor dental hygiene can make it difficult for anyone to say something as simple as a cheese or a smile. However, if you treat your teeth with contempt, then you can't say cheese or smile, and you are dwarfed by the avalanche of dental and oral diseases you may suffer. Diseases such as gum disease, oral cancer and terrible breathing (usually signs of other oral diseases) can invade your mouth and make your life a hell.
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Dear President, we must reform the dental care in the United States

I doubt if our roads will intersect. Look, I live in a different world with you. I live in a world that people can't see. I live in a small town with blue collar workers. Of course, there are some high-income people in our town, but most of us are hardworking people who dream of not having to get a salary. Unfortunately, for some of us, this is a dream, no matter how smart we save money, it will not be realized.
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How does a traditional nylon toothbrush cause the gums to disappear?

From the time you were a child, you may have been told to brush your teeth. This is an important habit for children and adults. But brushing too much too hard is possible.
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5 things you should know about dental implants

This reminds me of a line in one of my favorite songs: "They will hit you with a fake smile, I won't say dentures..." One sentence after another.
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Sorry, you can’t stop flossing

For many years, dentists have been recommending flossing as an essential element of dental hygiene. But according to a recent report from the Associated Press, the medical benefits of flossing may be completely insecure. This news caused an uproar in the media. From the Department of Health and Human Services to the American Dental Association, everyone recommends using dental floss every day to prevent plaque formation, gum disease and tooth decay, but according to the Associated Press, these claims are based on research with major flaws. For example, the outdated detection method and my study time are too short.
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Beware of dental health issues - oral health is your number one priority

According to the Pew Charitable Trust, more than two-thirds of the US population faces major challenges in accessing dental care, lack of dental insurance policies, inadequate dental care providers and limited, high costs, transportation and mobility issues. Since national decision makers want to understand these issues and take action, laymen are still confused about what to do and what not to do.
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Things that your mouth could tell you about your health

Of course, your breathing may remind you of the garlic you eat for lunch. But this is not all that your mouth can tell you: your gums, teeth and tongue problems can suggest health problems in your body. There are four oral signs here, you should see a doctor or a dentist.
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