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Gum disease is very common and it affects over 50% of adults and can contribute negatively to your overall health. There is good news! You can greatly reduce your risk for gum disease with proper oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing, regular check ups, and professional cleanings every six months to a year. The …
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Tartar build up caused by plaque is believed to be the number one cause for gum disease, but what other risk factors are involved? Here are a few of the other factors that could increase your risk of periodontal disease: Heredity-genetics can play a role in the likelihood of gum disease. Those with a family …
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Gum disease is one of the most common chronic illnesses. Over 65 million adults suffered from periodontal disease and of those, almost 50% of adults are over the age of 30. We know that gum disease is very common and is linked to our overall health. We know the signs and symptoms. But what actually …
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