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Regular dental visits may help prevent pneumonia, study shows.

Infectious Diseases Society of America News, 11/01/2016 That twice–yearly trip to the dentist could do more than keep teeth and gums healthy: It may decrease the risk of pneumonia by reducing bacteria in the mouth, suggests research presented at IDWeek...

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Sleeping with your mouth open damages teeth ‘as much as a fizzy drink before bed.

Dry mouth causes acid levels to rise, eroding teeth Breathing through mouth dries it out - removing protective effect of saliva  Saliva has natural ability to kill the bacteria in the mouth that produce acid As acid levels rise through the night,...

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Study says sugar-free gum could provide savings to dental healthcare costs.

The NHS could save £8.2 million a year on dental treatments – the equivalent to 364,000 dental check-ups - if all 12 year olds across the UK chewed sugar free gum after eating or drinking, thanks to the role...

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Can COPD Make Gums Bleed?

Feb 12, 2016   |   Dava Stewart   Investigators looking at  the possible relationship between gum bleeding and respiratory health found there is a consistent but unexplained link. The study was conducted by Francisco Gomez Real of the Department of...

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Teens & Dental Care

Teens eat quick meals in the form of "nutrition" bars and fast food to stay alert and on schedule between school, extracurricular activities and part-time jobs. However, these habits can permanently damage oral and overall health. Teens should have...

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Cognitive decline in early Alzheimer’s linked to gum disease.

16 Mar 16 Clinical Essentials from PLoS One  curated by Laurie Barclay, MD   Takeaway Cognitive decline in early Alzheimer's disease (AD) is linked to periodontitis, independent of baseline cognition. Study design 60 community residents (mean 77.7±8.6 years; 51% men) with mild/moderate AD underwent cognitive,...

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Decay Is Contagious.

Did you know that decay is contagious? If a parent has decay (bacteria) in their mouth, then that bacteria can be spread to a baby through sharing food and drinks.  

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Central Jersey Dental Review

DALE H. Mar 01, 2016 Short notice, gave me an appointment that day; needed followup - appointment same day, but different hour; honored their discounts with no complaints or excuses; professional,friendly, and thorough in their work.

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Central Jersey Dental Review

JEROME W. Mar 10, 2016 I'm terrified of the dentist but this is the best dental experience that I've ever had even with a cavity being filled and deep cleaning. They made it tolerable for a big coward like me :)

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See what our patient, Chris, has to say about his visit to Central Jersey Dental.

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