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July 12, 2011
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New study shows gum disease can extend the time it takes to become pregnant
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The importance of maintaining sound oral hygiene often is underestimated by women, but new research has shown the presence of gum disease can extend — by an average of two months — the time it takes for a woman to become pregnant. More

ADA offers new dental billing code check application
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The American Dental Association is making it easier and faster for dentists to find dental billing codes by introducing the new CDT Code Check application for the iOS and Android-powered mobile devices. More

Social media brings dental treatment to HIV/AIDS community
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Staff members at the Lifetime Smiles Dental Hygiene Clinic explain how the use of social media has helped improve oral health in the HIV/AIDS community. More

25 things that can make you more likely to get cavities
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While it may be true that some people do have teeth that are more susceptible to cavities, there is usually another reason people have cavities. The following list details 25 risk factors for getting cavities. More

Could amalgam fillings be dangerous to your health?
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Silver-colored plugs, which fill the void of cavities, contain low levels of mercury. It's not enough to cause harm, but they are classified by the FDA as moderate risk, instead of low risk. More

Geriatric dentistry: Beautiful teeth at any age
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Seniors confront more oral health problems than younger people, so a special branch needs to offer this population all the care they need. More

Health tip: Ward off bad breath
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Whether you call it bad breath or halitosis, it's an unpleasant condition that's cause for embarrassment. If you're concerned, see your dentist. He or she can help identify the cause and, if stems from an oral condition, develop a treatment plan. In the meantime, try these helpful hints. More

The 5 best dental applications
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Find out more about what one expert calls the "five most useful applications for dentists" in this report. More

Dental assistant Charlie Day steals show in 'Horrible Bosses'
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It's often said comedic acting is more difficult than dramatic acting, for various reasons. This makes it all the more delightful when a brilliant, excellent, elevating comedic performance comes along — the kind delivered by Charlie Day in "Horrible Bosses." From the beginning, Day has his work cut out for him; he's a dental assistant to a sexually aggressive dentist played by Jennifer Aniston. More
 
 

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