Oral & Vision Health Blog

Do you have lupus? 5 reasons to have a dental plan

Approximately 1.5 million Americans have a form of lupus. The disease tends to form between the ages of 15 to 44. Though many symptoms are linked with lupus, such as hair loss ...
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How can intermittent fasting help bad breath?

When you think of intermittent fasting, you probably think “diet,” but probably not bad breath. So how is fasting connected to oral health? Some research shows that ...
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Are Clay Products the Next Hottest Dental Trend?

We all saw how charcoal based products exploded on the market and worked their way in as one of the hottest trends of 2017—and show no signs of slowing down—but what is the ...
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Do Children Need Fluoride for Dental Health?

Regular exposure to fluoride is beneficial to children's oral health. The following are some of the benefits that children will gain from getting their yearly fluoride ...
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How Does Sunlight Affect Your Teeth?

When we go outside, anything that's not covered up is exposed to the sun--yet the thought of your teeth being exposed may have never crossed your mind. Many of us take the time ...
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Can apple cider vinegar whiten your teeth?

Over $3.2 billion is spent on teeth whitening across the globe—and that number isn’t going down anytime soon. That total includes at-home options and whitening at the dentist’s ...
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Are Your Favorite Drinks Messing up Your Teeth and Gums?

This April, during Alcohol Awareness month, is an ideal time to ask the famous question, “How could something so good be so bad?”  I’m sure there are lots of songs out there ...
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Can Having a Cold Cause Blurry Vision?

Cold season seems like it’s always right around the corner. When those symptoms hit you, it's no secret that you just don't feel your best--which can affect your productivity, ...
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4 Things to Consider When Finding A Pediatric Dentist

Finding the right dentist for your child is an important decision. Taking your child to a dental appointment can often result in fusses, distress and even meltdowns. Instead of ...
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