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We all hear that calcium is important for tooth and bone health, but how much do we really need to consume? It isn’t a straight answer across the board. Calcium is age dependent, with pregnant women and seniors requiring the most.   Calcium Requirements by age: Infants from birth to 1 year: 400-600 mg Children...
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We recently came across this article about the appearance of the tongue and what it can mean for other health issues. While some of the points may lean on the side of holistic or spiritual health, some of the points may be valid for the every day person concerned about their oral health. According to the...
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Diabetes can impact your oral health as well as just your blood sugar.  Diabetics have trouble fighting off harmful bacteria that enter the body. This includes oral health, and those with diabetes can often experience higher incidence of swollen or sensitive gums. Once this happens, unfortunately the gums can bleed and create areas that more...
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Interesting dental news has developed this week that brought to light some essential facts about the diet, environment, and pollutants of the people living 400,000 years ago just a little outside of Tel Aviv. The teeth were found in Qesem Cave, and the calculus is the oldest discovered that actually revealed vital information about a...
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