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Is your smile changing?
Dr. Perrone
It has been said that the only thing in life that is constant is change. The same can be said for our smiles. As we age, our smiles change. This occurs when we are younger with new teeth erupting, loss of teeth as we get older, or even just teeth being misaligned. Ever wonder why teeth are constantly on the move?
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Oral health in women of childbearing age needs improvement
U.S. News
Women of childbearing age in the United States should be encouraged to maintain better oral care and visit the dentist routinely, according to a new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Researchers found young pregnant women, those who are non-Hispanic black or Mexican-American, as well as those with lower income and less education, need to improve their oral care.
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Dental health goes beyond brushing and flossing
Manila Standard Today
No one will argue: there is no pain worse than that which comes from a toothache, which usually results when you have cavities. Despite continuing education on the importance of good oral care habits to prevent tooth decay, cavities still affect nearly 100 percent of adults worldwide, as much as nine out of ten Filipinos.
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Bleeding gums could herald gum disease
The Gulf Today
Do your gums bleed when you brush, floss, or eat? Do your teeth feel like they are moving? Or are your gums receding? The early signs of gum disease are when they are red, tender and swollen and bleed when you brush or floss.
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Is your smile changing?
Dr. Perrone
It has been said that the only thing in life that is constant is change. The same can be said for our smiles. As we age, our smiles change.

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Dental dilemma
CTV News
While millions of Canadians cannot afford to go to the dentist for basic care, experts are not looking for "a magical financial solution" to making dental care accessible for everyone

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The link between oral health and overall health
Digital Journal
As summer ends and the school year begins, Americans show more interest in their overall health. Did you know the health of your mouth may mirror your overall health. What's the link?

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Does your online reptuation precede you?
Modern Practice
The vast majority of consumers search online for local services (source: BIA/Kelsey). As more people turn to the Internet to select healthcare providers, a patient's first impression of your practice is often based on your online presence. You may think that having a website is enough, but it is merely one aspect that you need to consider in this day and age.
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