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Vaping and Oral Health

Vaping and Oral Health

Vaping and Oral Health

With the rise of health risks associated with cigarettes, many have turned to vaping as a promised or perceived healthier alternative. This has made e-cigarettes popular over the last few years. However, what many have not considered is the impact the chemicals used...
Is There a Link between Obesity and Oral Health?

Is There a Link between Obesity and Oral Health?

Although many people know about obesity and consider it an epidemic, very few know that a link exists between obesity and oral health. Dr. Allan Mulandi says that it is important to make some lifestyle changes since there are clear signs of periodontal disease in...
What is Gingivitis?

What is Gingivitis?

Gingivitis occurs when the gums become inflamed. This usually occurs as a result of plaque or bacteria forming on the teeth. While gingivitis is a less serious form of gum disease than periodontitis, it can develop into periodontitis if left untreated. The warning...

Gum Disease – The Missing Link to Your Health

You may be sitting in the waiting room of your dentist’s office filling out your health history and wondering “Why is this form so long? I am here just for a cleaning; why does this all matter?”  You may be tempted to check off “No” on all the conditions listed.  I...
Potential Link Between Cancer and Gum Disease

Potential Link Between Cancer and Gum Disease

No one debates the power of a bright healthy smile. Practicing proper oral hygiene is the best way to maintain your pearly whites. Failure to care for your teeth and gums properly can lead to cavities and other oral health issues like periodontal disease....
How to Effectively Deal With Pregnancy Gingivitis

How to Effectively Deal With Pregnancy Gingivitis

A study presented to the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) indicates that around 40% to 80% of pregnant women suffer from pregnancy gingivitis. The hormonal changes when a woman is pregnant causes the gum to become more sensitive to the bacteria...
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