A Woman with Discolored Teeth and a Oral Cancer Lesion

How Tobacco Affects Oral Health

Maintaining your oral health is far less difficult, time-consuming or expensive than restoring your oral health after something has adversely affected it. This is why your dentist invests as much time and effort in preventative dental procedures as is possible, and encourages you to do the same. Just as is the case with your general health, there are certain habits …

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Why Saliva is Important to Your Oral Health

Considering how many times your dentist has spoken with you on the subject, chances are that you understand the basic idea of what good oral health means–a mouth that has optimal structure and function, is free from disease, and is comfortable and pleasant-looking. You may even understand some of the critical components to establishing and maintaining good oral health, starting …