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Combating Periodontal Pathogens – Dental Benefits

Friday, Sep. 17th 2021 9:23 AM

Periodontitis is a common ailment. If the inflammation remains untreated, it could lead to tooth loss. However, it is also suspected of triggering many other diseases, like cardiopulmonary diseases. Researchers are studying the interactions, and developing compounds to combat the causative agents.

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Dental Benefits – More on Oral Health Disparities

Monday, Sep. 13th 2021 6:43 AM

According to the CDC, ib Sealants and family income. Children aged 6 to 19 years from low-income households are about 15% less likely to get sealants and twice as likely to have untreated cavities compared with children from higher-income households.12

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Dental Benefits – Oral Health Disparities

Friday, Sep. 10th 2021 6:18 AM

According to the CDC, with regards to untreated cavities and family income. For children aged 2 to 5 years, 17% of children from low-income households have untreated cavities in their primary teeth, three times the percentage of children from higher-income households. By ages 12 to 19, 23% of children from low-income families have untreated cavities in their permanent teeth, twice that of children from higher-income households.

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Dental Benefits – Oral Health Disparities in Children Aged Two to Nineteen

Wednesday, Sep. 8th 2021 10:15 AM

According to the CDC, based on data from 2011–2016, for children aged 2 to 5 years, about 33% of Mexican American and 28% of non-Hispanic Black children have had cavities in their primary teeth, compared with 18% of non-Hispanic White children. For children aged 12 to 19, nearly 70% of Mexican American children have had cavities in their permanent teeth, compared with 54% of non-Hispanic White children

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Dental Benefit – Expanding Your Miles

Saturday, Sep. 4th 2021 2:25 PM

According to the ADA’s 2011 survey of fees it found that dentist fees in rural areas are typically lower than in urban areas. By comparison shopping for the procedure you need by calling different dental offices outside your metro area and asking about their fees you may be able to save substantial amount of money, making the drive to the dental office worth it..

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Parents Have Limited Awareness of Recommended Pediatric Dental Care.

Friday, Jul. 30th 2021 6:36 AM

According to a MetLife Study that was released many parents are not following recommended guidelines for brushing, flossing, and other dental health care habits for optimal pediatric oral health.  

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Dental Benefits – Baby Teeth and Preventive Dental Care

Monday, Jul. 26th 2021 10:47 AM

Preventative care is important, even on baby teeth:  Preventive dental care can often go undone do to rising cost of dental care and no dental insurance.  Parents who do not feel they can afford dental insurance, and who do not receive dental benefits though work can often put off preventive dental care.  Not because they want too, but simple put they can not afford it.  However even on baby teeth preventive care is very necessary because even a little cavity can still turn into a big pain later on.

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Dental Benefits – Dental Health and Your Health.

Friday, Jul. 23rd 2021 6:42 AM

Good Oral and Dental Health care Plays a role in Heart Health. Daily brushing and flossing of our teeth and seeing a dentist regularly, is best advise for good oral and dental health care.  However having proper preventive dental care habits helps not only our oral health but our overall health care.     

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Dental Benefits – Fluoridated Water is it Being Wasted.

Wednesday, Jul. 21st 2021 10:32 AM

There are much better ways of delivering fluoride then having it added to city drinking water. The fact is the vast majority of fluoride added to water supplies is wasted.  Over 99% of tap water is not actually consumed by a human being. It is used instead to wash cars, water the lawn, wash dishes, flush toilets, You pet drinking water and so on.

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Dental Benefits – Fluoridated Water has Minimal Benefits.

Sunday, Jul. 18th 2021 6:29 AM

When water fluoridation began back in the 1940s and 50s, dentists believed that fluoride needed to be swallowed in order to be most effective. This belief, however, has now been discredited by an extensive research.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, fluoride’s predominant effect is posteruptive and topical. This means any benefits that accrue from the use of fluoride, come from the direct application of fluoride to the outside of teeth, and not from ingestion. There is no need, therefore, to expose all other tissues to fluoride by swallowing it.

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Dental Benefits – Bleeding Gums

Thursday, Jul. 15th 2021 5:25 AM

What Bleeding Gums are Telling You.  If your gums bleed when you are brushing or flossing your teeth you should take note and talk to your dentist about your gum health.  Bleeding gums are one of the warning sings of gum disease.

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Dental Benefits – Gene’s and Gum Disease.

Monday, Jul. 12th 2021 6:21 AM

Are you genetically susceptible to gum disease:  Current research proves that up to 30% of the population may be genetically susceptible to periodontal/gum disease.  That for these people, despite having good oral care habits, they may still be six times more likely to develop periodontal disease. Being able to identifying these people with a genetic test before they even show signs of gum disease, will help them keep their teeth for a lifetime.

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Aging and Dental Health

Friday, Jul. 9th 2021 5:11 AM

Aging does not mean you have to lose your teeth: Many people still thing that tooth loss is a natural part of aging. By having proper oral hygiene/dental habits and be seeing a dentist regular you can maintain your teeth for a lifetime. However it when a person dose not have good oral hygiene/dental habits and do not see a dentist regular that a person can develop periodontal/gum disease which can lead to tooth loss. Perodontal disease is the primary cause of tooth loss in adults 35 and over.

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