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Gum Disease Link to Alzheimer’s, research suggests

What if eliminating gum disease solved the alzheimer’s dilemma?Researchers think so, read more below and thank you for visiting Texarkana Endodontics!

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Treating Gum Disease Helps Heart, May Lower Overall Health Care Costs

Would you like to save money on health care?  Take care of your teeth!  Read the findings of a new study below and thank you for visiting Texarkana Enodontics!

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Periodontal Disease Associated with Increased Breast Cancer Risk in Postmenopausal Women

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Do Nice Dentists Finish Last?

Such a fine line between cruel and kind sometimes!  Read more about what that mean below and thank you for visiting Texarkana Endodontics!

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Beyond Tooth Decay: Why Dental Hygiene is Important

Poor oral hygiene not only causes tooth decay, but can lead to some very serious diseases. Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.

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Periodontal Disease Linked to Increased Risk of Kidney Disease

Periodontal disease is linked to many serious chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and now a new study shows that there is an increased risk of kidney disease. Once again, oral health has a big impact on overall health. Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.

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Many People Deal With Severe Periodontitis

A large number of people around the world suffer from periodontitis. Gum disease leads to tooth loss, and a poorer quality of life. Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.

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Coffee May Fight Periodontal Disease

For those that love coffee, an added bonus may be that it can help fight periodontal disease. Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting us at Texarkana Endodontics.

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The Cause of Gum Disease Related to Type 2 Diabetes

New research suggests that there may be away to prevent gum disease for those who have type 2 diabetes. Read on to learn more about this study, and thanks for visiting us at Texarkana Endodontics.

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How E-cigarettes Impact Our Oral Health

Though e-cigarettes are marketed as being healthier than traditional cigarettes, they still contain cancer causing chemicals, including nicotine, that can damage your mouth, gums and tongue. Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.

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