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Gum Disease

Gum Disease May Spell Cancer for Older Women

It’s easy to think of oral health as isolated from overall health. Failing to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing could have consequences like tooth decay, bad breath, or even tooth loss, but most people don’t think about the consequences that could extend throughout the body.

Unfortunately, poor oral health isn’t limited to the […]

Trying to Conceive? Look Out for Gum Disease

Young pregnant woman by the window

For women trying to get pregnant, there seem to be a million things to worry about. Are you taking the right vitamins? Are you eating the right foods? Are you working out enough, or too much? It can be difficult to keep up with […]

4 Ways Smoking Is Hurting Your Oral Health

Did you know that smoking-related healthcare costs the average New York household nearly $1,500 annually in taxes? That’s because just over 14% of New Yorkers are smokers — that’s nearly one million people. The health consequences of smoking are so severe that it causes one in ten deaths globally, according to a recent study.

If […]

Your Teeth Could Predict How Long You’ll Live

It’s easy to think of oral health as a niche area of health, separate from your overall health. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, your oral health is so tightly tied to your overall health that some studies have even found that the health of your teeth can be directly correlated […]

An Unlikely Pair: Heart Disease and Gum Disease

February is hearth health month, and the spotlight is on making heart-healthy choices. When most people think of day to day habits they can change to benefit their heart, diet is probably the first thing to pop into their heads. Others may think of incorporating exercise into your lifestyle, or quitting smoking. But there’s one […]