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Jaw Clenching: Why You Might be Doing it and How it Affects Your Body
Has your partner mentioned that they have heard you make grinding noises during your sleep? It is a clear indication that you have been clenching your teeth. Jaw clenching can cause a number of different dental conditions, which tend to be serious, read more about jaw clenching at Eagle Smiles.
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Can a Sinus Infection Make Your Teeth Ache?

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Can a Sinus Infection Make Your Teeth Ache?
Sinus infections, often called sinusitis, go hand in hand with inflammation of the sinuses. Since your upper back molars sit just below the sinuses, it is not uncommon to experience a toothache when you have a sinus condition. In fact, a toothache is one of the more common sinus condition symptoms.
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The Connection Between Diabetes and Oral Health

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The Connection Between Diabetes and Oral Health
Most people know that diabetes occurs when your blood glucose levels are too high. As it’s the main source of energy that comes from the food we eat, having a high blood sugar level means that you could be susceptible to many other conditions, such as gum disease and periodontal disease.
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Is There a Connection Between Diabetes and Periodontal Disease?
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, dedicated to spreading information & awareness regarding diabetes so that more people understand it & the effects it has on people. Most people don’t realize that diabetes actually has a link with periodontal disease, otherwise known as gum disease.
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What Age Should Children Start Seeing the Dentist?

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What Age Should Children Start Seeing the Dentist?
The majority of children in the US don’t visit the dentist for the first time until they are more than two years. However, there’s evidence that they should attend their first dental appointment even before two years old. Read more to learn about the best time to take your child to the dentist.
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How a Confident Smile Can Make You Happier

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How a Confident Smile Can Make You Happier
Oral health issues can be painful, but they can also wreck your confidence. Whenever you smile, your teeth are on display. You also show them when you talk, laugh & eat. When you have a healthy, brilliant smile, you feel confident. Read more to learn about how a dentist can restore your smile.
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What Should I Look For When Choosing a Dentist?

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What Should I Look For When Choosing a Dentist?
Finding the right dentist can be tough, even more so if you have a fear of the dentist or you are new to a location and you don’t know what’s on offer. We’ve compiled a list of considerations below to help make your search for a new dental practice to care for your teeth, much easier!
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Does Mouthwash Really Help With Dental Care?

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Does Mouthwash Really Help With Dental Care?
Mouthwash is one of those products that divides opinion; some people swear by it, while others think that it is little more than a waste of money. However, mouthwash can really help with dental care in many ways. Let’s take a look at why mouthwash should be part of your daily teeth cleaning routine.
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Are Teeth Cleanings from a Dentist Necessary?

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Are Teeth Cleanings from a Dentist Necessary?
When we are younger, we tend to go to the dentist regularly because our parents take us and encourage us to do so. When we get older & the responsibility falls on our shoulders, these visits become less frequent. This is a worry since oral health issues can be prevented by a dentist.
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What Are Some Signs I Should See a Dentist?

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What Are Some Signs I Should See a Dentist?
Are you wondering whether to take a trip to the dentist? We highly recommend getting in to see a dentist if you show any of the following symptoms. Ignoring these signs does not make them go away. Take them seriously to help ease any pain you may be experiencing, & prevent further complications.
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