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Snore Guards Are Good for Everyone
Do you snore at night? If you do, you’re in good company. And if you say you don’t, you still might. Only 59% of snorers claim that they snore. Snoring is a common problem that covers all age groups, women and men alike. In fact, about a third of all adults over 30 are “regular...
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Teeth Cleaning for Burien
It’s no coincidence that National Dental Hygiene Month occurs in October. As we celebrate Halloween season, many of us are already forgetting to monitor our sugar intake. A little friendly reminder to stay on top of our dental hygiene is probably a good thing. Brush your teeth for two minutes, two times a day, as...
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Living with physical pain is, unfortunately, a rite of passage for many adults. Fortunately, for most of us, the pain usually goes away, but sometimes it’s chronic, or more severe. And more often than not, pain is a sign that there’s something more serious going on in. Besides chronic back pain, few things are as...
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Feel like the Walking Dead? You feel tired throughout the day, even when you think you’ve slept enough. You have difficulty concentrating, or you’ve got to fight to stay awake during the day. If you’re not the proud, sleepless parent of a new baby, you just might be one of the many who suffer from...
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Many people think that when they get older, they are going to lose their teeth and need dentures.  This couldn’t be further from the truth! Advancements in dental techniques and the increased focus on preventive dentistry means older adults are keeping their natural teeth longer than ever before. A survey by the National Institute of...
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You probably don’t give too much thought to the saliva in your mouth but, if you think of it like a bloodstream you’ll realize how important it is. Like blood, saliva helps build and maintain the health of the soft and hard tissues. It removes waste products from the mouth and offers first-line protection against...
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I read an article today by Dr. Michael F. Roizen, M.D., author of Real Age: Are You as Young as You Can Be, that said flossing your teeth regularly can make your “real age” look as much as 6.4 years younger. Forget expensive plastic surgery, floss your way to a younger look!
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