Dental Tips & Tricks – teamdentalgroup.net
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Dental Tips & Tricks Flossing

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Regular Dental Cleanings
Prevent Heart Attacks
​Tooth cleaning might reduce inflammation-causing bacterial growth that can lead to heart disease or stroke.

Studies showed that people with no previous history of heart attacks or strokes, who regularly had their teeth scraped and cleaned by a dentist or dental hygienist were found to have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke, compared to those who never visited the dentist for a cleaning.​

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Aging and Dental HealthAs you age, the nerves in your teeth become smaller, making your teeth less sensitive to the awareness of cavities or other problems. Tooth enamel tends to wear away with aging, making the teeth vulnerable to damage and decay.
By adopting healthy oral habits, smart diet and lifestyle choices, and seeking regular dental care, you can help your teeth last a lifetime.

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Baby Bottle Tooth DecayNever allow children to fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, juice or other sweetened liquids.

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Healthy Teeth = Better Grades

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Foods & Drinks to AvoidStay away from foods that are sugary, sticky, chewy, hard, crunchy, and sour.  Avoid sugary beverages such as soda. Limit beverages that can stain your teeth such as coffee, tea, and red wine.

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Knocked-Out Teeth!​More than 5 million teeth are knocked out every year in children and adults. A tooth that has been knocked out starts to die within 15 minutes, but if you put it in milk or hold it in your mouth, it will survive longer. See our dentist ASAP within 30 minutes!

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