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Month: November, 2014

Root Canal Danagers

I never came across this issue, trusting that dentists knew what they were doing when they recommended procedures. After reading the article, I believe that the root canal is a safe procedure when you are in good health.


I came across a  very scary article about a health danger which I have not been aware at all – “How a root canal can affect your health?” Being someone who has been to more than a few dentist appointments and had a few root canal treatments, I find this very worrying. Up until now nobody has warned me of root canal danger and I never thought twice about it.

Now, I feel like I’m walking around with a ticking bomb inside my mouth! The worst thing is that dangers of root canal treatment have been known for more than 100 years, but it has not stopped the dentists to preform millions of those procedures all over the world. As I have researched deeper, here are the things I have learnt and now that I thought about it, it makes total sense.

For those who are wondering what is root canal treatment…

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Are You a Tea Drinker? Your Dentist Will Thank You!

This is interesting! I thought tea stains your teeth, but I guess that’s a very small price to pay for such health benefits, especially when stains can be removed with prophylaxis and hydrogen peroxide.


Hello Friends!

We came across a great article by Dr. Gary Vance from the “ahealthiermichigan” website. Hope you enjoy the following information.
The health benefits of an afternoon cup of tea have been well-documented. For example, a simple mug of green tea can improve heart health, boost your immune system and protect your body against cancer thanks to its high levels of antioxidants. But what you may not realize is that drinking tea can also benefit your teeth and gums. Here are just a few ways steeping some tea for a warm drink can improve your next dental visit:
•Reduces gum inflammation: Researchers have found that people who regularly drink green and black tea have healthier gums than those who don’t. They believe that the anti-inflammatory effects of the tea improve the harmful bacteria levels in the mouth.
•Strengthens teeth: Studies have shown that people who drink green…

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Edmund shared this article with me. Though we have yet to finish reading it, what we have read thus far has inspired us to learn all we can and do our best in every opportunity we have the fortune to come across