Oral Health

Vaping, Smoking, & the Health of Your Mouth

Maybe the best thing you could say about vaping is that some evidence suggests that it may help some adults quit regular cigarettes - emphasis on the word “some.” In fact, over half of adult e-cigarette users also use conventional tobacco products. In young adults,...

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From Our Archives: More on Dental Allergies

When it comes to biological dentistry, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach for any procedure, no matter how minor. And whatever the procedure, biocompatibility is key - perhaps more than ever now that dental allergies appear to be on the rise. “According to the...

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Thanksgiving 2020: Gratitude 9 More Ways

In a year as strange and challenging as 2020 has been, it can seem hard to find much to be thankful for - except, perhaps, that this wild year is finally nearing its end! And that we made it through all right. And that we had the strength and creativity and...

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Dental Health, Diet & Nutrition

Yogurt & Your Teeth

In English, we say “you can’t have your cake and eat it, too,” but the basic idea crops up in many cultures. In Bulgarian, “you can’t have both the wolf fed and the lamb intact,” while in Hindi, they describe “having candy in both hands.” In Japanese, they say “if...

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