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eating disorders & gum disease

Eating Disorders and Dental Health

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Jul 22, 2019

Eating disorders affect some 30 million people across the U.S. today, and they can be the cause of serious health issues including dental problems.   When it comes to recovery, early detection and management of eating disorders are crucial for overall mental and physical well-being. But if there’s been damage to the teeth, it’s possible to…

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Gingivitis & Gum Disease

Good Oral Hygiene Reduces Your Risk of Developing Gum Disease

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Jul 8, 2019

You’ve heard it your whole life: brush twice a day, floss every day, and visit the dentist regularly. Those are the basics of great oral hygiene, and we all know how important it is to keep your teeth clean. Further, you know that not taking care of your teeth will result in cavities, but did…

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your smile matters

Why Making Time for Your Smile Matters

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Jun 17, 2019

Your smile is one of the primary features that people see when they first meet you and is a huge part of that first impression with your date or your new colleague. In fact, according to one survey, some 48 percent of people believe that another person’s smile is what they remember most about that…

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affordable dental implants

Are Dental Implants Affordable for Me?

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | Jun 3, 2019

The idea of getting dental implants is an exciting one, especially if you’ve been struggling with your teeth and want a permanent solution for replacements. But while people realize that dental implants are often an ideal solution, many often wonder if they’re an affordable one. Today, therefore, we’re going to discuss the different factors that…

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prevent gum disease

Common Myths about Gum Disease and How You Can Prevent It

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | May 20, 2019

Gum disease typically refers to gingivitis and periodontitis, which are gum infections that are both characterized by bleeding and swollen gums. Although gum disease is quite common, there are a number of myths about it that people often fall victim to believing, and this can increase your chances of developing gingivitis and periodontitis. To help…

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breastfeeding

Breastfeeding and Dental Health

By Rose Dental, Nashua, NH | May 8, 2019

Breastfeeding is a very intimate way to bond with your baby, and breastmilk can be a vital source of nutrition for your infant. But breastfeeding can impact your baby’s dental health, so there are some crucial things to know, such as proper oral hygiene for infants, babies and tooth decay, and how breastfeeding can benefit…

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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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