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Keeping your smile healthy is an important part of keeping your body healthy. LifeSmile is an oral wellness program that helps you focus on your oral health and well-being with education and tips for improving and maintaining good dental health habits.
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A healthy mouth is more than just a nice smile. It helps you to eat, drink, talk and smile. And since oral health and overall health are connected, having a healthy smile can help keep the rest of your body healthy, too.
Dental visits aren’t just for children. While growing older has its advantages, canceling on your dentist can mean serious harm for your oral health.
Studies have shown that gum disease and heart disease have similar underlying causes, making your oral health care important for your heart health.
Research has found a strong connection between gum disease and diabetes. Learn how people with diabetes can manage their oral health and overall health.
Tooth trauma is common, especially among children. Protecting teeth from injury isn’t always possible, but knowing what to do after trauma is crucial.
Why are sugar-sweetened beverages bad for your teeth? Is 100 percent fruit juice bad for oral health, too?
Baby teeth are important! Taking care of your child’s oral health is key to long-term better overall health.
Everyone has bacteria in their mouths. But xylitol, a naturally occurring sweetener, can fight cavities by making it harder for bacteria to stick around.
Tooth loss can affect your day-to-day activities, but thankfully there’s a solution. Dental implants are functional, natural looking and comfortable.
Tobacco use in any form can raise your risk of oral health dangers like gum disease, tooth loss and more. Understand your risks and talk to your dentist.
Your toothbrush is key to a great oral health routine, but it’s important you have one that can do its job effectively to protect your oral health.
Brushing your teeth twice a day is great for your smile, but without flossing, you may be missing up to 40 percent of the surface of your teeth!
A healthy lunch is important for a child’s oral and overall health, but can also help children concentrate better in school and stay alert in class.
View the latest issue of grin! magazine. It is full of news, notes and entertainment to keep your smile healthy and happy!