Dental Health in Pets

Dental health is just as important for pets as humans! It requires regular maintenance interspersed with professional cleanings and procedures when necessary. Unfortunately, oral hygiene is often one of the most under-maintained areas of animal health. In fact, periodontal disease – an inflammatory disease affecting the soft and hard tissue around the teeth – is
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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month An update from the Oral Cancer Foundation POSTED: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 — By: Josie Paxton, Communications Manager for the Oral Cancer Foundation The Oral Cancer Foundation’s missions are rooted in science. OCF funds life-saving research and work that elucidates mechanisms for early discovery, furthers disease understanding, and reveals
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20 Uses For Dental Floss That Don’t Involve Your Teeth

  Recently I was working on a post idea about things we should stock up on in case of emergencies and the term “dental floss” kept cropping up over and over during my research. The more I learned about this versatile material, the more I realized it really deserved its own post altogether! Considering most of
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Teens Avoid Sugary Beverages With Health Warning Labels | Dentistry Today

Teens Avoid Sugary Beverages With Health Warning Labels Teenagers are less likely to say they would buy sugar-sweetened beverages that include health warning labels, according to the University of Pennsylvania. This research builds on earlier work by the university showing that parents were less likely to choose sugary beverages with health warning labels for their
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