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Eating Disorders and Dental Health Issues

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Apr 25, 2019

Eating disorders are a very serious health condition that can lead to poor physical, emotional, and mental health, and if a person doesn’t get the treatment they need, then an eating disorder can be fatal. And as if that weren’t enough, eating disorders can also cause severe dental health problems. If you’re struggling with an…

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Take Advantage of Your Own Liquid Gold – PRF

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Apr 15, 2019

Everyone knows that small cuts or wounds on your body will heal by themselves, but do you know that is because your own blood contains a “liquid gold” which can also be used in the dental chair? Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), a byproduct of your own blood, is enriched in platelets, fibrin and growth factors. Platelets…

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Brush up: 2 Minutes, Twice a Day & Don’t Forget to Floss

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Apr 11, 2019

The American Dental Association suggests that brushing for at least 2 minutes twice a day with a fluoride-based toothpaste is the best way to maintain gum health and prevent gum disease.   What Type of Toothbrush is the Best? In general, the main things to look for in a toothbrush are soft bristles and smaller…

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Why Are Mouthguards a Must for Athletes

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Mar 28, 2019

Regular exercise is extremely beneficial for your health, and a great way to include more activity in your life is through sports. That said, there are some precautions that athletes should take to protect their mouths, teeth, and smiles from damage, and the best way to do that is with a customized mouthguard that’s specifically…

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gum disease & pregnancy

Bleeding Gums During Pregnancy is Normal

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Mar 14, 2019

Bleeding gums is by no means a pleasant experience, but if you’re pregnant or planning on having a baby, then you should be aware that nearly half of all women will suffer from gum disease during pregnancy. The main reason for this is that hormonal changes leave your gums more susceptible to inflammation, and this…

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What Smoking & Tobacco Do to Your Dental Health

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Feb 28, 2019

We all know that smoking can affect your lungs and mouth, leading to diseases such as cancer. But did you know that long-term smoking will also do a number on your mouth, tongue, teeth, and gums? Smoking not only stains your teeth, but it also can lead to gum disease and tooth loss. Smokers have…

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Where Can I Get the Best Dental Implant Prices

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Feb 21, 2019

Dental implants are an investment in the health of your mouth, your smile, and your self-confidence, but the actual cost of the procedure is still an important consideration for most people. As such, it’s normal to shop around for dental implant prices and ask where you can get the best prices for the procedure, and…

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The Relationship Between Diabetes and Gum Disease

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Jan 30, 2019

Gum disease (which also known as periodontal disease) is the most common type of mouth problem, and it may affect up to half of the global population.   Certain people are more at risk of gum disease than others – diabetics being one of these groups. If you have diabetes, read on for more information…

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What to Eat When You’re Expecting

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Jan 23, 2019

Being pregnant demands a great deal from your body, and one of the ways you stay healthy during this time is by eating a proper diet. Both your body and your baby’s growing body require certain nutrients, macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals, and these can be found in the foods that you eat. What to eat…

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