Oral Benefits of Water

Our bodies are 60% water. It is essential in maintaining everyday bodily functions. Aside from aiding physical performance, brain function, digestion, and weight loss, water is necessary to maintain good oral health. Let’s look at some of the many ways water can make your mouth happy! Strengthens Teeth Most city water contains fluoride. Fluoride is…

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Oral Health For Senior Citizens

Some oral health concerns are fairly common over the age of 60. However, if you adopt a proactive mindset and educate yourself, these concerns do not have to be common for you. Anticipating and recognizing changes in your mouth can help you be on top of your health in this area, so let’s take a…

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High School Seniors and Oral Health

It’s that time of year again! “Senioritis” fills the high school halls as seniors in high school prepare for the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next. High school graduation is right around the corner. While some students will be continuing their education elsewhere, others will be moving into the working world.…

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Puerto Rico Mission Trip Summary

  March 30 – April 6, 2019 Dental Clinic   To all, thank you for all who participated and those who supported our Dental Mission trip to Rio Grande province of Puerto Rico. Dr. Craig Q Adams and Restoration Community Church organized this trip to serve the population of Rio Grande and surrounding areas. Dr.…

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Tips For Preventing Tooth Stain

There are two types of stain that affect our teeth. Intrinsic tooth staining is the staining of the inner layer of the tooth. Extrinsic tooth staining is the staining of the outer layer of the tooth. Intrinsic stain is more difficult to control. These stains need restorations to repair or mask their appearance because it…

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Root Canals Don’t Cause Cancer

Many patients are being mislead by false information in a new documentary, Root Cause. The information portrayed in this documentary is causing much confusion across the country. The American Dental Association (ADA) is working with the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) and the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) to counter the long-disproven claims made…

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E-Cigarettes and Oral Health

The use of electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, is referred to as vaping. Vaping is becoming an increased way to consume tobacco. Over the past five years, teenage tobacco use had been decreasing. Unfortunately, e-cigarette marketing used to target teenagers has caused the smoking trend to reverse, and is increasing again. This is posing a tremendous…

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