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April 2019
• Are Your Teeth Sensitive?
• Are You Using Too Much Pressure When You Brush?
• Can Vitamin Supplements Improve Your Gum Health?

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March 2019
• How to Keep Cavities Between Your Teeth from Forming
• Why Do You Need to Pay Special Attention to Your Bad Breath?
• Oral Piercings Can Lead to Dental Damage and Oral Infections

February 2019
• Do You Have Your Oral Health Prioritized Properly?
• Ways to Help Reduce Bad Breath
• What You Drink Affects Your Overall Oral Health

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Oral Piercings Can Lead to Dental Damage and Oral Infections
While an oral piercing is a great way to show off who you are individually, they are not as safe as you may think. There are tons of problems with them, and the problems range from little more than an annoyance, to a major issue that could affect your overall health. Nearly everyone that gets an oral piercing gets some type of a problem that can be directly traced back to the piercing. We see a lot of chipped teeth, cracked teeth, and a huge increase in gum disease among those with oral piercings. If you want to show off who you are, you may want to consider a different option than an oral piercing.

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