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Have you ever wondered if sugar was actually bad for your teeth? Unfortunately, it is as bad as you’ve been told. Here at the office of Dr. Adam Schulhof, DMD, we are passionate about helping our patients have the healthiest teeth possible. We are experts in the industry and able to help you keep your teeth from decay. Here’s what you need to know about the effects of this on your teeth.

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bad breath

Often referred to as halitosis, Bad Breath is a common and treatable condition. It has been reported that 25% of individuals living worldwide will experience a foul, smelling odor on their breath in their lifetime. Unfortunately, individuals with braces can put themselves at a great risk of developing halitosis while undergoing orthodontic treatment. Like any visit to a health care professional, a patient may be embarrassed talking about this condition. Speaking up can be a team approach when it comes to addressing the causes and prevention of halitosis.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as many as half of all adults may have some level of periodontal disease. That is a lot of people suffering from what is arguably the most serious chronic oral health condition in the country today – and most don’t even realize they have it!

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vaper

Vaping is not a safer alternative to cigarettes in the sense that it can have a negative effect on your teeth and your overall oral health. However, it does appear to have fewer risks in oral health than smoking cigarettes. Vape and e-cigarette devices are becoming more popular among young adults, and though most people would agree that these alternatives are much safer, there’s still a lot more to learn about its long-term effects.

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The majority of parents tend to think that kids don’t need to treat crooked teeth or misaligned bites until they are well into their teens. While it does make sense to wait to do most of your child’s treatment until most of their adult teeth have come in, there are times when it is better to begin when baby teeth are still in your child’s mouth. In this post, we’ll take you through the basic insights of two-phase orthodontic treatment. Let’s get cracking.

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