Dental Care Tips for Caregivers

If you are a caregiver for someone who has difficulty maintaining a healthy mouth on their own, there are some things you can do to ensure good oral health and reduce their risk of developing other health issues. Brushing and flossing—simple enough tasks for most of us—can be challenging for someone who is ill or…

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Your Dentist’s Education and Training

Quite often, when you see the name of a dentist, you will see the name followed by the letters “DDS.” They stand for “Doctor of Dental Surgery.” Less common are the letters “DMD” which stand for “Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry” or “DDM” for “Doctor of Dental Medicine.” Basically, they all mean the same thing,…

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Fill Your Diet With “Teeth-Friendly” Foods

The saying “You are what you eat” applies to your teeth as well as your body. Here are some basic foods and suggestions to get you on track with a teeth-friendly diet in 2015: Calcium For Teeth Health Calcium is important for a healthy mouth. The mineral in it, hydroxyapatite, strengthens tooth enamel and bones….

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Innovative Dentistry in Plymouth

New Innovations in Dentistry in Plymouth At Plymouth Dentistry, we stay up to date on the latest innovations within the dentistry field. Prior to 2014, a panel of experts from the American Dental Association and the Academy of Orthopedic Surgeon, concluded that practitioners “might consider discontinuing the practice of routinely prescribing prophylactic antibiotics for patients…

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