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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is oral cancer awareness month and the Oral Cancer Foundation would like to invite you to join them in their national screening campaign to end oral cancer!

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CAREERS IN THE DENTAL FIELD - Part 3

Dental hygienists have many important responsibilities within a dentist’s office, and are an indispensable member of any dental office staff.

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CAREERS IN THE DENTAL FIELD - Part 2

In this article we discover the diverse duties of the Dental Assistant, which can simply be described as the extended hands of the dentist or dental surgeon and therefore a vital member of the dental health professional team.

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CAREERS IN THE DENTAL FIELD - Part 1

The role of the dental receptionist requires a professional and personable individual, and someone who really enjoys working with people.

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Don’t Let Tooth Sensitivity Spoil Your Holiday Festivities

With all the holiday festivities this month and all the goodies and treats received from friends, families and neighbors, you certainly don't want tooth sensitivity to spoil your enjoyment.

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How To Handle A Dental Emergency

Where you go for treatment when you have a dental emergency will ultimately depend on the type of emergency or trauma you have and whether it involves your face and/or mouth.

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The Importance Of Dental Care For Patient’s With Diabetes

While it is important for diabetics to take good care of their hearts and their bodies as well, those suffering from this chronic condition cannot afford to ignore their teeth.

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Taking Baby Steps to Protect Your Child’s Teeth

All parents are aware of the more common afflictions like coughs, colds and ear infections, but many are unaware that tooth decay may seriously affect their child’s health, and unlike asthma and allergies, is completely preventable.

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What Causes My Bad Breath?

Given your full medical and dental history along with an oral examination, your dentist should be able to identify the cause of your bad breath, also known as halitosis.

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When And Why To Get Dental X-Rays

X-rays help dentists diagnose relatively common disorders such as cavities, periodontal disease and infections, and some of the more uncommon problems, such as cysts, abscesses and tumors.

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