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    OUR JAWS DO A LOT of work throughout the day, opening and closing over and over so that we can do ordinary things like talk, eat, and yawn. Ideally, all of the anatomy involved functions as it should and we can perform these tasks without trouble, but many people struggle with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders because something has gone wrong. The Anatomy Of The Temporomandibular Joints The joints on both sides of our jaw, located between the ear and the cheekbone, consists of [...]

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    The Effects Of Pregnancy On Oral Health

    YOU CAN ALWAYS expect your body to go through a lot of changes when you’re expecting, but did you know that some of those changes are to your oral health? The changing hormone levels of pregnancy actually put expecting mothers at greater risk of developing a variety of oral health issues, including gum disease, enamel erosion, and unusual swellings in the gums. Pregnancy Gingivitis There’s so much to do in the months leading up to the arrival of a new baby, but that’s no reason[...]

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    Protecting Your Child’s Teeth From Injury

    WE ALL REMEMBER WHAT it was like to be a kid. Running around, playing outside, discovering the world around us, and making great friends. We also remember the scraped knees and bumps and bruises that came along with all of that. As parents, we want our kids to have all the same great experiences we did, but hopefully without some of the injuries — particularly tooth injuries. Tips For Tooth Safety There are a few simple things we can do to keep our kids’ teeth safe, whether [...]

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