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April is National Facial Protection Awareness Month

Although it may be more appealing (and mouth-watering) to talk about National Donut Month or National Ice Cream Month, April marks another area where awareness is important. It's National Facial Protection Awareness Month. Woo-hoo! OK, maybe not woo-hoo, but facial protection...

source: Tammy Adams
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Those of us that have worn braces during childhood have probably never realized that this force on teeth evokes unique cellular responses of the cells that are located in the tiny gap of approximately 0.1 millimeter between the...

source: Science Trends

Over the next year, Medicare patients will receive cards with new numbers known as Medicare beneficiary identifiers, replacing the cards based on Social Security numbers. All cards using Social Security numbers will be replaced by April 2019. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid...

source: American Dental Association

Few practices ever fully maximize their production potential. Whether it's because of a lack of business training or simply that doctors are too busy treating patients, practices often miss the opportunities that can provide them with an additional 30 to 50 percent in production...

source: DrBicuspid.com

Researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the School of Engineering & Applied Science are developing “smart tooth” technology that could be used to detect the early signs of certain diseases such as periodontitis and diabetes...

source: Dentistry Today

Taking good care of our oral health should start from our younger years. Not only will it guarantee a great smile, but it will also help keep mouths feeling fresh, clean and free from painful dental problems. According to the Oral Health Foundation, chewing on sugar-free...

source: All4Women

If you have receding gums, it’s often attributed to simply brushing too hard, or it could be a sign of gum disease. Also known as gingivitis, gum disease is an infection that causes swelling along your gums. It develops when plaque accumulates and hardens into tartar,...

source: Best Health via Reader's Digest


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