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The Great American Smokeout & Your Oral Health

added on: November 21, 2019
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Every November, the American Cancer Society sponsors the Great American Smokeout to encourage smokers to quit. As we all know, smoking can lead to serious health problems such as cancer, heart disease, and lung disease. Your dentist in Tuscaloosa also wants you to know that smoking can have a negative… Read More…

Avoid the Flu with These Five Easy Things

added on: November 13, 2019
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Flu season has officially begun and will continue through February, or maybe even later. Nobody wants to catch this ache-inducing, sneezing-causing, and overall yucky-feeling sickness. While sometimes the flu is unavoidable, there are easy things you can do to reduce your chance of falling ill. Join your dentist in Tuscaloosa… Read More…

Can Swimming Pools Affect Your Smile?

added on: July 19, 2019
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Swimming pools may seem like an odd thing for your dentist in Tuscaloosa to talk about, but besides being a long-time summer favorite and a relaxing escape from the heat, swimming pools may actually pose an unwanted threat to your teeth. Now, before you forego all pools this summer (trust… Read More…

Gum Disease & Your Overall Health

added on: June 7, 2019

Your dental care isn’t only about your teeth. Your gums also play a key role in not only the health of your mouth but also the health of your body. At our dental office in Tuscaloosa, we care for your entire mouth and are always on the lookout for gum… Read More…

What Vitamins Are Good for Oral Health?

added on: January 28, 2019

Our bodies rely on the vitamins and minerals obtained through what we eat in order to function properly. Our mouth and teeth are no different. The truth is, in order to keep our oral health in good shape we need to make sure we’re getting enough of the right vitamins…. Read More…

Stress & Oral Health

added on: January 11, 2019

Even though the craziness of the holidays is behind us, it doesn’t necessarily mean our stress levels have decreased. Everyday life can certainly cause anxiety and contribute to more stress. As many people know, stress can impact our health and overall well-being, but did you know stress can also contribute… Read More…

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