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Social Anxiety May Lead to Teeth Grinding

Grinding and clenching are not caused by dental issues, but they can be a dental problem. While research has linked grinding to antidepressants, the underlying reason may be social anxiety.

 

Is Exercise Bad for Your Teeth?

A recent study found a correlation between exercise and teeth loss. While the study was relatively small, involving only 70 people, the researchers found that those who exercised more had a higher risk of rotting teeth. Specifically, the risk of decay correlated with the amount of timing spent training. ​

 

Diabetes Not a Problem for Dental Implant Usage

Have you held off on dental implants because you have uncontrolled diabetes? According to a recent study, dental implants were found to be safe for patients with uncontrolled diabetes.

 

Could Wearing Dentures Negatively Impact Your Life?

A recent study found that dentures have a significant downside. Approximately one in three denture wearers stated that wearing dentures limits their ability to live life to the fullest.

 

Do Night Owls Get More Cavities in Their Teeth?

A recent study found that teenagers that tend to stay up late at night also tend to have a higher risk for dental caries, commonly referred to as cavities. The risk was nearly four times higher for these "night owls" than their early-riser counterparts.

 

Do Night Owls Get More Cavities in Their Teeth

A recent study found that teenagers that tend to stay up late at night also tend to have a higher risk for dental caries, commonly referred to as cavities. The risk was nearly four times higher for these "night owls" than their early-riser counterparts.

 

Menopause Not to be Feared When It Comes to Tooth Loss and Periodontal Disease

While menopause influences many physical changes, there is no significant evidence that it contributes to tooth loss or periodontal disease. So says a small study that was recently conducted among menopausal and premenopausal women, all of whom suffered from chronic periodontitis. Chronic periodontitis is a common disease of the oral cavity with symptoms that may include redness or bleeding of the gums.

 

Vitamin D in Pregnancy May Reduce Cavities After Birth

If you want your child to have healthy teeth, the time to start down that path is while you are still pregnant.

 

Exposure to Tobacco Smoke Increases Risk of Cavities in Children

Exposure to Tobacco Smoke Increases Risk of Cavities in Children Exposure to secondhand smoke at a young age is associated with an increased risk of cavities, concludes a recent study.

 

Diabetes Not a Problem for Dental Implant Usage

Have you held off on dental implants because you have uncontrolled diabetes? According to a recent study, dental implants were found to be safe for patients with uncontrolled diabetes.

 
 
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