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Sleeping With Your Mouth Open Is Bad For Your Teeth

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February 10th, 2016 by A Life of Smiles Team

There are many things that dentists claim are bad for your teeth, but who knew sleeping with your mouth open is one of them? Dentists claim that sleeping with your mouth open is as bad for your teeth as drinking a fizzy drink right before bed and could cause tooth decay and other problems. Read …..

What Does Soda Do To Children’s Teeth?

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January 28th, 2016 by A Life of Smiles Team

Soda is not good for teeth but many people ignore the dental and health risks and continue to drink it.  Soda can ruin teeth especially in children but yet many parents still allow them to consume it. The effects of soda may not always be obvious or soon, but overtime it can cause decay and …..

Are Your Habits Hurting Your Teeth?

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January 28th, 2016 by A Life of Smiles Team

There are many things you can do on a regular basis that can help you protect your teeth and prevent tooth decay. There are also many thing you do that could harm your teeth. Could your bad habits be causing your tooth decay? There are many things you do every day that could be hurting …..

Can Teeth Be Multiplied?

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December 21st, 2015 by A Life of Smiles Team

Researchers are always looking for a way to regrow teeth and so far it hasn’t been accomplished. A recent study however, shows that teeth can be multiplied. The research as so far only be conducted on mice but the tests may new move to other animals and maybe someday even humans. “We wondered,” says the …..

British Teeth Are No Worse Than American Teeth

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December 18th, 2015 by A Life of Smiles Team

It has been a longtime stereotype that British people do not care for their teeth or have dental care that compares to that of Americans. A recent study proves that this is nothing more than a stereotype and that British teeth are not worse than American teeth. Read the full article here.