Tag: oral health


You and Your Dentist… Is It A Healthy Relationship?

You and Your Dentist… Is It A Healthy Relationship?

Episode 18 of Dangers in Dentistry originally aired on KPRZ in San Diego. Do you know how often — and to what extent — you’re exposed to highly toxic elemental mercury? From fish to your teeth, the threat of mercury in your body is completely real, and relatively preventable… find out how to protect yourself in this week’s episode of Dangers in Dentistry. Also in...

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Orange Juice — The Silent Tooth Killer?

Orange Juice — The Silent Tooth Killer?

Orange Juice. It’s been a classic, refreshing breakfast sidekick for generations. It’s loaded with Vitamin C and nothing tastes so good fresh out of the juicer. But what if every sip actually did more harm than good? According to Dr Yan-Fang Ren, of the Eastman Institute for Oral Health, the acid in orange juice “is so strong that the tooth is literally washed away.” Using...

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Terrible Infection That Originated From Mouth Affects Woman For Over 20 Years

A woman who has visited doctors over 1000 times in the past 20 years is found to have an infection from bugs that are found in the mouth. Check out this article. If you were ever wondering how important it is to keep your mouth healthy, read this article on how this woman suffered for years until one doctor determined it to be Actinomycosis. Near...

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Calcium and Vitamin C- Not just good for bones

Most of us have heard by now of the importance of getting enough calcium in our diets to prevent bone loss as we age. But for many men and women getting enough calcium is a direct contradiction to what ever our most recent diet plan describes. The shocking truth is that new research has uncovered calcium as a preventive tool in oral care. About 99...

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Gum Disease: Don’t Believe It’s Important? Think Again About Gum Disease.

Gum Disease is a topic many people have pondered over… especially if you just came from the dental office.  However, most soon forget about it a few hours later as they tackle other mundane activities. For most people, they don’t understand it or they are not willing to go the extra effort to prevent red bleeding gums. But… being a scientist (as all dentists are...

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