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      Mindy Wilson wrote Oct 27, 2009
    • It is amazing isn’t it? Your oral health has so much to do with your entire health! We see it all the time at the dental office where I work. I could go on and on but I am trying to restrain myself! I will say that if someone does have poor oral health it doesn’t mean they don’t or haven’t taken care of their teeth.  There are many, many reasons people are suddenly cavity stricken and hormones, diet, stress and other health factors are just a few of the changes that can attack the mouth and gums.  Thanks for posting!



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      Renaehartson wrote Oct 27, 2009
    • We recently moved from MN to Kentucky. It’s funny how a new dentist/hygenist can open your eyes to your ways. This was the most detailed cleaning I’ve ever had. To be honest, it really scared me into becoming a “super flosser“. I also learned that it’s not how long you floss, it’s proper technique. Who knew? happy

      Also, this article hit me because we have two very loved Golden Retrievers. Sammy is almost 11 years old and we recently had his teeth cleaned. Because of his age, it was an expensive treatment (sedation, monitoring, etc.). The doggie dentist explained how the teeth/gums are a gateway into so many other organ issues, like kidneys and heart. It prompted Steve and I to really get serious with the dog’s teeth brushing - we don’t want another doggie dental bill! happy



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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Oct 27, 2009
    • Great information! Thanks for posting!happy



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