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Can Receding Gums Grow Back?

receding gums biomimetic dentistOne of the first signs of receding gums are teeth that look longer than usual. If someone comments that you look long in the tooth, instead of being insulted that they just called you “old,” look in the mirror. The comment may be literal. And your receding gums could be the reason why.

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7 Ways to Prevent Gum Recession

prevent gum recessionGum recession can feel like an oral health problem that indicates a point of no return. How can you get back gum tissue that’s worn away or receded so greatly that more of your teeth are showing? It is possible to repair this problem – gum grafts aren’t the only solution, and gum disease is not the only future for your oral health.

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Preventive Dental Care: Learn to Love Flossing

biomimetic preventive dental care flossingIf you’re not a regular flosser, then you are unaware of the utterly satisfying pleasure of thoroughly digging out the food and gunk that has accumulated in between your teeth after a day of eating. Just brushing your teeth is not enough to clean your mouth completely. And here’s a secret: dentists and hygienists know when you’ve been flossing and when you haven’t. It is not possible to hide gums that are conditioned to accept floss and gums that react violently to a flossing after months of not experiencing the action. Don’t be embarrassed at your next dental exam and teeth cleaning: floss daily for a healthier, cleaner, and odor-free smile.

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4 Surprising Actions That Could Ruin Your Teeth

Bad Dental HabitsIt is possible to become so stuck in a habit that you neglect to realize the damage you could be doing to your smile. You may not even think your behavior is detrimental to your oral health it’s become such second nature. While there are plenty of behaviors that could ruin your teeth – from eating too much sugar to overdoing it on the all-day coffee – some of the biggest problems might surprise you.

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Do You Make These 4 Mistakes When You Brush Your Teeth?

brushingBrushing your teeth is part of your daily routine. You brush in the morning. You brush before bed. Sometimes you brush after meals. The act of brushing has undoubtedly become automatic. having a brushing dedicated brushing routine is to be applauded, if you aren’t attentive about your brushing techniques then you could be doing your teeth, gums, and overall oral health a great disservice.

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