Dental health, oral health and teeth

Why is good oral hygiene important?

Why is good oral hygiene important?


‘There is increasing evidence showing a link between oral health and general health, ” says Richmond Hill dentist Susan Filippi. “Your mouth is part of your body, so it just makes sense to take care of your oral health.’ Beyond your teeth and gums, here are 5 surprising reasons why oral care matters for a healthy body. 1. Healthy gums for a healthier heart Studies link oral…


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Dental Implants Options

Dental Implants Options


Pick up most magazines or newspapers these days and you re likely to see an ad about dental implants. And with the advent of “implant centers” in major metropolitan areas, television ads are now delivering the message that an implant center, with everything conveniently offered under one roof, is the state-of-the-art choice for dental implant treatment. Some even extol the…


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Health Dental Clinic

Health Dental Clinic


The Dental Clinic provides preventive, restorative, cosmetic and emergency dental care in a clean, safe, pleasant, and caring environment. Services include cleanings, x-rays, restoratives including fillings and crowns, root canals, extractions, fabrication of TMJ/clenching appliances and athletic mouth guards and teeth whitening. Referrals are given as needed. This service…


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CDC Division of Oral Health

CDC Division of Oral Health


A nation where all people enjoy good oral health that contributes to leading healthy, satisfying lives. Our Mission To prevent and control oral diseases and conditions by building the knowledge, tools, and networks that promote healthy behaviors and effective public health practices and programs. Our Goals To prevent and control dental caries (tooth decay) across the life stages…


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Care for Dental Implants

Care for Dental Implants


Dear Doctor, My dental hygienist always uses special instruments to clean around my dental implants. Why does cleaning dental implants differ from cleaning natural teeth? Dear Samantha, Thank you for your question. In a nutshell, cleaning around implants differs from maintenance of natural teeth for two reasons: The first is that each attaches to surrounding bone and gums in…


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Implant Services

Implant Services


After the loss of upper back teeth, your sinuses may enlarge in size. Before new implants replace the lost teeth, a sinus lift augmentation or graft relocates the sinus cavity into its original position and replaces the bone that has been lost as a result of the enlarged sinus. This new bone graft typically takes nine to 12 months to heal before the dental implants can be placed…


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Dental Health Month Activities

Dental Health Month Activities


February - Dental Health Month - is the time of year when many teachers help students brush up on their awareness of tooth care. This week s lessons capitalize on that once-a-year teachable moment. Included: Five lessons students can sink their teeth into. Dental Health Month provides teachers with a month full of great curriculum connections. In the primary grades, where…


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Best Dental Health Plans

Best Dental Health Plans


You want affordable dental care, and you’re wondering whether to choose dental insurance or a dental savings plan. Here’s what you need to know to choose the best dental insurance and get discounts at the dentist. Dental insurance might be the best choice if your employer provides it for free, or if you just need basic dental care like checkups and cleanings. A dental savings…


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Oral care Dental

Oral care Dental


While most babies don t start getting teeth until they are six months old, infant dental care is important from the very beginning. Many dentists recommend an initial visit before the child s first birthday to make sure teeth and gums are cared for and cleaned properly. It is a good idea to get in the habit of cleaning your baby s gums soon after birth. Although there may be…


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Dental Health of Wheaton

Dental Health of Wheaton


The Oral Health (Dental Health) Programs offered by Community Health Services provide access to dental services for low-income residents of DuPage County that do not have dental insurance or access to care. The goal of the Dental Health Program is to improve the oral health of DuPage County residents, allowing them to be successful in school, employment and other areas of their…


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