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I’m On the Keto Diet—Why Does My Breath Smell?

You’ve taken the plunge to start a new diet—congratulations! Starting a new diet is difficult, especially one as restrictive as the ketogenic diet, which mandates eating a high-fat, low-carb regime. Studies suggest the keto diet is beneficial for people with Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes, and those on a keto diet can lose weight quickly. As [...]

I Have Jaw Pain on One Side, Can This Be TMJ?

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ) often develop symmetrically, in both jaw joints at the same time. However, it is possible for people to develop the disorder and experience symptoms on just one side of the head. However, as the condition progresses, it will likely spread to affect the other joint as well. Why [...]

Is a Chipped Tooth Just a Cosmetic Problem?

The main reason why people want to get a chipped tooth fixed is that it doesn’t look very attractive. A damaged tooth can disrupt your smile line and even create an unsightly black gap in your smile. But that’s not the only reason to correct a chipped tooth with a veneer or [...]

Do You Have a Sinus Infection or an Infected Tooth?

It’s fall and pretty soon everyone you know is going to be coughing and sneezing. And then it will be your turn. There’s really no way to avoid at least a short illness over the winter, especially if you have kids. But sometimes your cold or flu symptoms linger on. They don’t go away as [...]

Does More Fluoride in Toothpastes Lead to Better Cavity Prevention?

Fluoride toothpaste has been proven to help prevent tooth decay. The level of fluoride concentration that is effective for this purpose is 1000 ppm (parts per million), so that’s what most toothpaste with the ADA symbol of approval use. Although toothpastes often deviate from their stated fluoride levels, a fluoride toothpaste should [...]

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