A Healthy Mind and Body starts with A Healthy Smile

The decision to improve our health typically starts with a new diet or a membership to a gym, but more and more, we’re finding that the mouth would also be a good place to start. Many Americans are currently suffering from gum (periodontal) disease and don’t realize it. Even more people fail to realize a

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Dental Health and Your College Student

GOING OFF TO COLLEGE can drastically throw off a young adult’s normal at-home routine. Brushing and flossing, making healthy eating choices, and keeping up with routine appointments can help students maintain a healthy weight and a healthy body; however, this can become difficult for some college students. Late Night College Life Can Be Hard On

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The Delicate Balance of Oral Bacteria

THE BACTERIA IN OUR BODIES vastly outnumber our human cells! And no matter how much we brush, floss, or rinse, our mouths will always be home to billions of microbes. However, that’s not necessarily a bad thing! Different types of bacteria keep others in check, and most aren’t anything to worry about. But maintaining this

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Invisalign Treatment Provides Many Benefits

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The Link Between Osteoporosis And Gum Disease

WHAT DO OSTEOPOROSIS and gum disease have in common? Bone loss! For anyone with gum disease, osteoporosis, or both… it’s important to know about the correlation between these two conditions. How Does Gum Disease Cause Bone Loss? Are you surprised to hear that gum disease can contribute to bone loss? The first stage of gum

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How To Get A Hollywood Smile In Hernando County!

  A BRIGHT, BEAUTIFUL SMILE is an advantage in every area of life. Whether you need a major dental makeover or just a few touch-ups, cosmetic dentistry can provide exactly the look you want. At Spring Hill Dental Associates, smile design is more than just whitening. We take into account all the proportions of your

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Diabetes and Gum Disease Can be Double Trouble!

PEOPLE WITH DIABETES are mindful of their bodies’ feedback. Effective diabetes management requires frequent blood sugar checks, careful dietary planning, and close monitoring of other symptoms. But with all the things diabetics have to consider, they often miss warning signs from another crucial area—the mouth. Why are oral care and diabetes so intertwined? Recent studies have revealed more

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Yes, Soda Really Is Bad For Your Teeth

HERE’S ONE REALLY SIMPLE THING that you can do to make your mouth healthier: reduce the number of sugary, acidic drinks in your diet! When we say sugary, acidic drinks we mean more than just soda. We’re including sports drinks, energy drinks, and even fruit juice. Read on! Sugar + Acid Create The Worst Possible

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Smile-Friendly Breakfast Secrets

BREAKFAST MAY BE THE MOST IMPORTANT meal of the day, but for many of us it’s also the most unhealthy. A bad breakfast is not only bad for our teeth, but makes us feel sluggish before we even get out the door—setting us on a track for unhealthy choices throughout the day. How Often Do

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