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How To Improve Your Oral Health Through Diet

How To Improve Your Oral Health Through Diet

When it comes to oral health, what you put in your mouth is just as important as what you don’t. While nutrients are an important part of overall health, the foods you eat serve an additional purpose, helping to clean your teeth and gums. Even if you have … Read More

3 Myths About The Dentist, Debunked

3 Myths About The Dentist, Debunked

There are a lot of myths floating around about dentists, with some people avoiding scheduling dental appointments altogether because of fear or not understanding exactly what a dentist does. To help you understand the profession and some available treatments, Comprehensive Dental Care is debunking some of the most prevalent myths… Read More

The Truth On How Nail-Biting Affects Your Teeth

The Truth On How Nail-Biting Affects Your Teeth

While nail-biting is a common habit, it can do more than just wreak havoc on your nails and fingers. Most people aren’t aware of all the negative side effects it can have on your teeth and mouth. So, it’s important to understand the potential issues, especially if you’re trying to… Read More

The Link Between Oral Hygiene & Alzheimer’s Disease

The Link Between Oral Hygiene & Alzheimer’s Disease

Good oral care isn’t only about preventing tooth decay and bad breath; it may also be effective in preventing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. According to a 2019 study by the Broegelmanns Research Laboratory, researchers found gingivitis causing bacteria… Read More

4 Things Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Oral Health

4 Things Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Oral Health

When it comes to oral health, most people only think of their teeth and gums. However, your tongue can offer insight into your oral health and shouldn’t be forgotten. If you’re seeing any of the following signs, your dental care regimen may need an overhaul, and you should schedule a… Read More

Diabetes & Gum Disease

Diabetes & Gum Disease

If you are one of the 29 million people in the United States with some form of diabetes, your immune system may not be as strong as you might like it to be, and it can make you more susceptible to gum disease. For those with diabetes, it’s important to… Read More


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