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September 2019
• The Connection Between Good Oral Health and a Healthy Blood Pressure
• What to Do When an Item Gets Stuck Between Your Teeth
• Ways of Easing Dental Anxiety Before We See You


Past Newsletters:

August 2019
• The Color of the Produce You Eat Matters
• How to React if You Chip a Tooth
• Can Your Teeth Get Damaged from Too Much Water?


July 2019
• Things You Can Do to Get More Out of Each Visit to Our Office
• Signs You Need Extra Fluoride
• Performing Research Can Alleviate Dental Fears


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Can Your Teeth Get Damaged from Too Much Water?
Some people wonder if their teeth can take damage from them consuming too much water. While over-hydrating your body is never a good idea, your teeth cannot become damaged from too much water. You do need to vary what you drink for nutritional purposes, but drinking the traditional 64 ounces of water on a daily basis is only going to give your teeth the potential to be cleaner and healthier. Instead of worrying about how much water you are drinking, worry about the type of water you are drinking. Make sure most, if not all, of the water comes from a municipal tap. That way, you get the fluoride benefits that come with it!



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