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5 Main Causes of Receding Gums

Why Do I Have Receding Gums? Gum recession is one of the most common dental issues that people of all ages experience. When your gums start to recede, a lot of pain and discomfort can arise in your sensitive gum tissue, your teeth, and the rest of your mouth. Bacteria can also build up in…

The Benefits Of Wearing A Mouth Guard While Sleeping

How Wearing A Mouth Guard Can Help You More people wear mouth guards while sleeping than you might realize. Custom mouth guards are a great way to help with the variety of dental and health issues that arise from bruxism, which is the constant grinding of your teeth. Here are a few of the ways…

Bruxism & Benefits of a Night Guard to Prevent Teeth Grinding

Benefits from a Night Guard to Prevent Teeth Grinding If your dentist has diagnosed you with bruxism, it means that you habitually clench your teeth. This usually takes place unconsciously as people sleep. Bruxism may not sound like a serious problem, but it can cause chronic jaw, ear, and face pain in addition to poor…

How Stress Can Harm Your Teeth And Mouth, cause teeth grinding, gingivitis and more

Stress and Oral Health There are a lot of things that can have an impact on your oral health. While poor dental hygiene and unhealthy eating habits are commonly known to affect your teeth and gums, long-term stress can also be very harmful to your mouth. Here are several ways that stress can affect your…

Research Shows Mouthguards Prevent Concussion

Research Shows Mouthguards Prevent Concussion Everyone knows that it makes sense to wear a mouthguard when playing contact sports. Mouthguards have been proven to protect the mouth, teeth, and lips from serious injuries, and wearing a mouthguard has become a requirement of many sports, from football and basketball to martial arts. But did you know…

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