How Exercise Impacts Your Dental Health

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Your brain, teeth, and other parts of your body are more interconnected than you may realize. In fact, they are so interconnected that when you exercise, you not only increase your physical and mental health but your dental health. Here’s how it works: According to a study published in the Journal of Dentistry in 2005,… Read more »

Don’t Let Smoking Destroy Your Smile

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Were you aware that smoking tobacco is also a major contributor to dental problems such as teeth, gums and soft oral tissues? If you are a smoker, Dr. Blake Dayley and our dental team would like to take a moment to share with you today some good reasons to consider quitting this harmful habit. Reason… Read more »

Untreated Periodontal Disease Can Eventually Lead to Tooth Loss

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Hardened tartar at the gumline can be caused by poor oral hygiene habits. When this happens your gums are at increased risk of periodontal disease and other gum health complications. If you do not seek timely treatment for periodontal disease, you could suffer increasing complications. Over time the bacterial inflammation and infection can cause your… Read more »