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3rd May 2017

Mystical Unicorn-Themed Drink Causes Social Media Uproar

Around the nation, Americans flocked to Starbucks locations to try the newest drink, the Unicorn Frappuccino. The brightly-colored pink and blue beverage was available for a limited time from April 19 through April 23 at select stores around the country. A statement by Starbucks read: “Like its mythical namesake, the Unicorn Frappuccino blended crème comes […]

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3rd May 2017

The Inside Scoop on Why Saliva Matters

Saliva isn’t something the average person really thinks about on a regular basis. In fact, we usually forget about it until something goes wrong. It’s an important function of the body because saliva helps stimulate digestion, aids in chewing and swallowing and even protects teeth.So, what happens when the production of saliva stops and does […]

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9th April 2017

The Ideal Gum to Tooth Ratio

If you feel like too much of your smile consists of gums, you may suffer from what’s commonly called a ‘gummy smile,’ also referred to as excessive gingival display in the dental world. Gummy smiles are often genetic and caused by a short upper lip, small teeth or excessive gum tissue. Sometimes, teeth may appear […]

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9th April 2017

Are Bleeding Gums Normal?

You just finished flossing when you notice your gums are bleeding. Maybe it’s not the first time this has happened, but you shrug it off and figure it’s not a big deal. The good news is, you’re not alone. It’s extremely common to experience bleeding of the gums, especially after flossing. But is it normal? […]

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5th April 2017

When Stress Hurts

April is Stress Awareness Month. Stress is a natural part of life, but what happens when it becomes such a concern that it causes physical discomfort or pain? For many, stress triggers a physical reaction that can range from increased blood pressure, upset stomach and even clenching the jaw. Clenching or grinding of the teeth […]

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