How To Give Yourself A Lovely New Look

Posted on: 12 August 2015
Do you feel like you've let your appearance go recently? Maybe you've looked at yourself in the mirror and have considered that making some changes in your appearance would give you greater self confidence. Looking nice definitely has its important advantages. For example, attractive people are viewed as being healthier, it's easier for them to find mates and they are even treated better by others. Perhaps it's time to do a personal assessment to see what you can do to get the look you want.
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Don't Let Dental Phobia Beat You: Conquer Your Fears With These Three Tips

Posted on: 20 July 2015
Regular dental care is paramount not only to your oral health, but your overall health. Even if you realize the importance of scheduling regular check-ups with your dentist, however, doing so can be a challenge if you feel a degree of nervousness about climbing into the dentist's chair. Whether you had an unpleasant experience as a child or are concerned for another reason, avoidance might be tempting but isn't the best solution.
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Don't Forget Your Tongue In Your Dental Care

Posted on: 25 June 2015
Your tongue collects and holds bacteria that cause cavities and bad breath. You may brush and floss every day and still have dental problems. Add cleaning your tongue to your dental hygiene habits to do a complete job of protecting your teeth and gums and preventing bad breath. Your Tongue is Home to Bacteria The surface of your tongue contains small bumps called papillae. These bumps let your tongue hold onto food and help with your sense of taste.
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The Effects Of Bone Loss And Denture Fit

Posted on: 5 June 2015
You may think of loose dentures as being just an annoyance. But if your dentures don't fit correctly, it can lead to some serious problems. If the potential embarrassment and difficulty speaking that come with slipping dentures isn't enough, consider some of the more severe possibilities: Sores and lesions in the mouth like papillary hyperplasia and epulis fissuratum, which require surgery to fix Difficulty eating, which can lead to a restricted diet and even malnutrition Accelerated bone loss, which is caused when dentures don't properly support the structure of the face Given all that, it's very important to have properly-fitting dentures.
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