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Is There A New Dry Mouth Treatment?

Is There A New Dry Mouth Treatment?

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Over 10 percent of people will experience dry mouth, which occurs for many reasons. Medications, natural aging, some medical treatments, and even medical conditions can all cause dry mouth. A study of mice has shown – accidently - that there may be a new way to treat dry mouth, which could help reduce cavities and gum disease – both of which are more likely to occur with dry mouth.

Dental Hygiene News: Using Pickles To Promote Dental Health

Dental Hygiene News: Using Pickles To Promote Dental Health

A probiotic derived from Chinese pickles prevent cavities, says researchers.

Spot The Difference: Signs Of A Good Dental Office

Spot The Difference: Signs Of A Good Dental Office

You should notice that you and your child feel calm as you step into the clinic. Feeling comfortable and knowing that your child is in the hands of an experienced professional makes going to the dentist easier for everyone.

Gum Disease And Blood Pressure

Gum Disease And Blood Pressure

Research has shown that there is a connection between periodontitis - a severe form of gum disease - and high blood pressure even when the person appears to be otherwise healthy.
Link Between Heart Infection And Mouth Bacteria

Link Between Heart Infection And Mouth Bacteria

Research has shown that oral hygiene plays a key role in reducing the risk of developing infective endocarditis, an infection in the heart that is caused by certain bacteria found within the mouth.
Beetroot Juice And Mouth Bacteria

Beetroot Juice And Mouth Bacteria

New studies are showing a connection between consuming beetroot juice or others high in nitrate foods can assist in maintaining healthy blood vessels and even maintain brain function during aging.
Cold Sore Or Cancer? Your Dentist Can Tell

Cold Sore Or Cancer? Your Dentist Can Tell

Seeking regular dental check-ups is help monitor for signs of oral cancer and can provide early detection and intervention.

Can Gum Disease Raise Risk Of Some Cancers?

Can Gum Disease Raise Risk Of Some Cancers?

Recent research claims that people who have periodontal disease may have a higher risk of developing some forms of cancer.
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