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December 5, 2023 9:46 pm

Can Exercise Improve Oral Health?

Can Exercise Improve Oral Health? Exercise Promotes Healthy Gums BMI and Oral Health Oral Benefits of Moderate Exercise If you’ve resolved to do daily runs up Bascom Hill this New Year, you’ll have more than just

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3 Ways to Brighten Your Teeth Naturally

This time of year in Madison calls for snowshoeing, sledding, ice skating, and even ice boating. If photos of you having fun outside make you want to have sparkling teeth to match our wintry weather, here

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Low Sugar Holiday Swaps

Low Sugar Holiday Swaps Sweeten with Seasonal Fruit Bake Bread Instead of Cookies Sugar Free Fun Without a plan, the holidays can easily become a sugar overload. Too much sugar can put a damper on the

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Do I Need a Night Guard?

Do I Need a Night Guard? Night Grinding Taking a Load Off Occlusal Guard Bonus: Better Sleep! With the holidays about to descend upon Madison, no one needs to be waking up with a throbbing headache,

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How Can I Comfort My Teething Baby?

With the holidays approaching, we all need our sleep to keep our spirits high. When your little one is up in the middle of the night with sore, swollen gums, holiday cheer seems anywhere but near.

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What are Signs of Oral Cancer?

If you’re a Madison professional, odds are that you don’t have a lot of free time on your hands. Juggling deadlines, meetings, and commutes with family responsibilities can leave little time for your own personal health,

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Diabetes Dental Care

Oral Symptoms of Diabetes Common Diabetes Dental Issues Regular Check-ups for Better Blood Sugar Diabetes is a group of diseases that either prevent the body from making enough insulin or from using the insulin it has

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What are Common Dental Issues in Children?

Because teeth are a little more hidden, sometimes dental problems take hold and progress undetected, especially in children who may lack the awareness or ability to articulate what is happening inside their mouths. To help keep

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