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Birmingham Dental Blog
added on: April 15, 2022

Oral health is a crucial part of your overall health, and it’s important to see your dentist in Columbiana at least every six months to maintain a healthy mouth and healthy body. However, we understand that there are some things that can keep a patient from seeing us as often as they should. If it’s been…

added on: April 13, 2022

Everybody knows that dentists are constantly talking about the dangers of eating too much sugar. After all, sugar is one of the leading causes of cavities in both children and adults. But did you know that there are other cavity-causing culprits out there besides sugar? Join your dentist in Montevallo as we share some of the…

added on: April 7, 2022

Your dentist in Montevallo has known for quite some time that there is a strong link between gum disease and other whole-body concerns, such as an increased risk for heart disease and stroke. But recent research by the American Academy for Cancer Research has also shown a connection between gum disease and the development of colon…

Posted In: Oral Health
added on: March 20, 2022

Spring is a time when many people start to clean out their homes after the winter season, opening windows, cleaning out closets, and even scrubbing baseboards. When it comes to your dental health, your dentist in Centreville wants to remind all of our patients and neighbors that giving your teeth a “spring cleaning” too can help…

added on: March 18, 2022

An obvious broken tooth or other severe dental emergency isn’t the only sign that something may be wrong with your teeth. The truth is, there are some early signs that can let you know that something isn’t quite right and that you should see your dentist in Hoover sooner rather than later.  Toothache Having a toothache…

Posted In: Dentist, Oral Health
added on: March 17, 2022

Bad breath is one of the most common dental problems that can cause embarrassment. Now, there’s a difference between temporary bad breath and bad breath that seems to last forever. For example, you may experience bad breath after your morning cup of coffee. But after brushing your teeth it can dissipate on its own. When…

added on: February 28, 2022

There have been close to 400 million cases of COVID-19 worldwide since the beginning of the pandemic. While one of the telltale signs of COVID can be loss of taste, among many other symptoms, there may be additional oral health concerns associated with a COVID-19 infection both during illness, as well as recovery. Your dentist…

added on: February 23, 2022

If you see white spots on your teeth, you might wonder what they mean and whether or not you should be worried about them. Rest assured that many times, white spots on teeth are harmless. However, white spots on teeth can occasionally indicate an underlying condition that could eventually cause more serious problems if left…

added on: February 16, 2022

There are so many different kinds of toothbrushes to choose from, and while they may all look the same outside of the color, not all brushes work the same. In fact, there are some big differences between the types of toothbrushes available, and it can be difficult to know which one will be right for…

added on: February 9, 2022

Heart disease is a topic of concern for both your doctor and your dentist in Sylacauga. After all, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), heart disease is the leading cause of death all around the globe. But what exactly does your oral health have to do with your heart health, and what does dental…

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