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  • Oral Health and Nutrition: A Bidirectional Relationship
    Oral health and nutrition have a bidirectional relationship. Nutrition and diet affect the health of the mouth, and the health of the mouth affects nutrients consumed due to an inability to eat because of a compromised oral cavity.
  • How a Dental Hygienist Can Help Diagnose High Blood Pressure
    Dental healthcare professionals are part of the patient’s healthcare team. I do not separate the mouth from my patient’s body. Sure! Dentistry’s focus is the oral cavity, it’s a health specialty, but it does not negate the fact that we are trained professionals who can consult with patients about simple health issues that can lead them back to their primary care physician.
  • Sealants: An Excellent Way to Prevent Tooth Decay
    With cavities being the most prevalent chronic condition among children and teens, preventing decay by placing sealants indeed makes sense.

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