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Relaxing Dentistry. It’s Not An Oxymoron!

By Kay Zeller / January 31, 2019

Relaxing Dentistry. It’s Not An Oxymoron! As dentists, we all meet patients everyday who are scared stiff of what they are about to experience in the dentist chair. Well, I’m proud to say, “I make a specialty of helping patients who are afraid of dentists!” Believe it or not, many patients find a dental appointment […]

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Wisdom Tooth Jaw Pain- So Whoever Said The Wisdom Tooth Is Wise

By zenaidawind / January 30, 2019

Wisdom Tooth Jaw Pain- So Whoever Said The Wisdom Tooth Is Wise Many times the wisdom teeth will need to be removed because they are impacted or are just coming in the wrong way. Wisdom tooth jaw pain go together, whether it is while the tooth is still in your mouth or because you have […]

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Kitten Vaccinations: Types of Vaccinations

By zenaidawind / January 29, 2019

Kitten Vaccinations: Types of Vaccinations In recent years, the vaccination of cats has become more popular. The three most common vaccines give protection against feline infectious enteritis (FIE), feline influenza (cat flu) and feline leukaemia (FeLV). An initial course of two injections, the first at nine weeks are usually given, and yearly boosters are recommended […]

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Taking Care Of Sensitive Teeth

By zenaidawind / January 28, 2019

Taking Care Of Sensitive Teeth As millions of people all around the world know, sensitive teeth can make life in general a nightmare. Sensitive teeth comes with pain and discomfort that can make eating or drinking your favorite foods a painful experience. Although you may suffer from sensitive teeth, you can rest assured that they […]

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Tooth Extraction Jaw Pain-Common With Wisdom Tooth

By zenaidawind / January 25, 2019

Tooth Extraction Jaw Pain-Common With Wisdom Tooth It’s not an uncommon thing to have to have your wisdom teeth out. If they come in at the right angle and don’t become impacted this won’t be an issue, but if and when they do become impacted they need to be removed. tooth extraction jaw pain do […]

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Bad Breath in Babies

By zenaidawind / January 22, 2019

Bad Breath in Babies Summary: Bad breath in babies is usually caused by teeth and gum problems or throat and sinus infections. Not because you are healthy and that you practice proper oral and dental hygiene, doesn’t mean you can’t have bad breath. Healthy looking babies and young children also can have bad breath sometimes. […]

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Bad Breath (Halitosis)

By zenaidawind / January 18, 2019

Bad Breath (Halitosis). Bad breath(Halitosis)is widespread and quite common. You have probably discretely stepped away from friends or colleagues with bad breath. But it can also be a shock to realize that others, for the same reason, may be edging (discretely) away from you! How can you know if your breath is offensive? Try this […]

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Solving Dry Mouth Problems Right

By zenaidawind / January 17, 2019

Solving Dry Mouth Problems Right Xerostomia or dry mouth condition is not a new thing. It happens to a lot of people, and most of them just don’t know how to address the problem right. In fact, this condition may be treatable by three major remedies mostly recommended by oral healthy professionals. First is as […]

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Benefit From These Great Diabetes Tips And Advice

By zenaidawind / January 16, 2019

Benefit From These Great Diabetes Tips And Advice Many people think they cannot live a productive life if they have diabetes. This is only true if they allow it to be. By being given advice about the topic, you will learn more about diabetes, which in turn, can make your life easier. The following article […]

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Tips For Taking Care Of Yourself If You Have Diabetes

By zenaidawind / January 12, 2019

Tips For Taking Care Of Yourself If You Have Diabetes Gestational diabetes is usually a temporary condition that only occurs in pregnant women because her body does not make enough insulin to compensate for the needs of the baby. Since symptoms are usually absent or extremely mild, pregnant women are routinely screened for excess amounts […]

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