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Oral Health and Heart Health: How One Affects the Other

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Your mouth is a window to the health of the rest of your body. An unhealthy mouth can be an indicator that something else is wrong. Taking care of your teeth is about more than having a straight and bright smile. It's also about preventing heart disease and maintaining good overall health.

Your Oral Health Affects Your Heart Health

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Everything You Need to Know About Veneers and Lumineers

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Teeth are difficult to maintain. They're subject to all kinds of issues such as being worn down, chipped, or stained. You might even be born with a crooked smile. Should any of those issues strike, it's important to combat them. One way to do so is by asking your dentist about veneers and lumineers. 

What Are Veneers?

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Fluoride: What It Is and How It Benefits Your Teeth

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Fluoride is a natural substance found in the earth. It is actually a mineral and is usually found occurring in varying amounts in your home's tap water supply and other resources.

Fluoride is commonly associated with dental care and overall oral hygiene. Learn more about fluoride and why this mineral is so beneficial to your dental health.

What is Fluoride Made Of?

Fluoride is a mineral, as mentioned above, and is found in the earth's crust. The mineral is inorganic and is found naturally in many things: the soil, foods you eat daily, the water you drink, and other resources.

Is Fluoride Safe?

The FDA approves three main forms of fluoride for consumption and overall ...

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