A Hundred Miles From The Nearest Dentist? What To Do In An Emergency

Posted on: 17 June 2017

Living far from a city is often the dream of many, but unfortunately it comes with a price. In times of emergency, it could seriously cost you. Take emergency dentistry, for example. If you break a tooth and you live a hundred miles away from the nearest dentist (or can't get to Family First Dentistry LLC), what do you do? Start with the following. Recover the Piece of Tooth If the broken piece of tooth is large enough (i.
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3 Reasons To Get Braces As An Adult

Posted on: 22 May 2017

As an adult, you may think that you are too old to get braces. After all, braces are generally for younger people. However, that's not true. There are a lot of good reasons for you to get braces, even as an adult.  Self-Esteem One big reason to get braces is to help with your self-esteem. Even if you have high self-esteem, you may still feel self-conscious about your crooked or misaligned teeth.
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Diabetic? Be Aware Of Dental Issues Related To Dry Mouth

Posted on: 5 May 2017

Diabetes affects your body in so many ways. Most people are aware of the increased risk of kidney failure and eye disorders that comes with the disease. One problem you may not be as aware of is the mouth dryness that can arise from diabetes. Here's a closer look at this oral health issue, the problems it can cause, and how to manage it. What causes the mouth dryness? Especially when your blood sugar is not well controlled, your body ends up eliminating extra sugars through your urine.
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Foods You Should Eat To Keep A Healthy Mouth

Posted on: 8 February 2017

If you are looking for additional ways to keep your mouth healthy, you can start by implementing a healthy diet. The food you ingest has a great impact on your oral health as much as it does your overall physical health. The following are some tips that will help ensure your teeth stay as healthy as possible: Enjoy Calcium Rich Foods Calcium is very important to the growth and strength of your teeth.
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