Many individuals who aren’t happy with their smiles because of missing teeth and who don’t want to deal with removable dentures on a day-to-day basis opt for dental implants. While a dental implant procedure itself typically takes less than an hour, the results can last a lifetime. Once the implant is fully healed, results can…

Missing a tooth? Whether you’ve suffered from periodontal disease or faced an injury, lacking a full smile can be emotionally damaging. Smiling has been proven to directly correlate with increased mood and overall happiness.[1] Without a full set of teeth, smiling shifts from a positive expression to a physical embarrassment. Dental professionals began working with…

Making the decision to get dental implants is a step toward improving your smile and enhancing your overall quality of life. Missing teeth can often be taxing for patients who desire a full, bright smile. Since smiling can often release positive hormones, feeling as though you have to hide your smile is not the final…

Since 1965, professional dentists have relied on the same modern day dental implants used widely across the globe today. Currently, dental implants are one of the most common fixes for missing or damaged teeth. A dental implant is essentially an artificial tooth root secured into the jaw in order for a replacement tooth to be…

To promote holistic health and reduce the incidence of tooth decay, Assure A Smile recommends families be aware of recommended daily sugar allowances as well as the most common sources of sugar.

The health benefits of apple cider vinegar are well documented. Despite a growing body of research supporting these health benefits, many Americans are still unaware of this simple yet powerful type of vinegar. In this article, we review a few key health benefits and offer tips for anyone interested in making apple cider vinegar a bigger part of daily nutrition.

Almost everyone can agree that sugar tastes delicious. From candy to pastries and even cereal, sugar is added to many of America’s top selling foods in an effort to sweeten the deal for consumers. If you visit the dentist regularly, you are probably aware that too much sugar can cause tooth decay and eventually cavities. Most recently, however, a new study has been published that suggests an even more severe side effect to too much sugar consumption.

Are you neglecting your teeth and gums? If so, you could be at risk for premature cognitive decline later in life. According to a new study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, aging adults with dementia also exhibit higher rates of oral disease.

Last week, we explored how smoking cigarettes has recently been shown to alter the oral microbiome and increase the risk of developing tooth decay. This week, a new study has been published suggesting an even more fatal link between oral bacteria and health. According to a study presented at the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting, changes in mouth bacteria have been linked to the development of pancreatic cancer.

Nearly a half million Americans die of a smoking-related illness each year. Since the mid 1900s, an overwhelming body of research has demonstrated how smoking causes devastating harm to the mouth, lungs, heart, and other vital organ systems. Few habits are known to cause more harm to the body, yet an estimated 16 million Americans…

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