Bad Breath

9 Tips For Preventing Gum Disease From Jurich Dental

Unfortunately, gum disease is very common. However, it’s completely preventable if you follow our oral health tips at Jurich Dental. Here are some simple ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy: If you keep your teeth and gums healthy, you will only need to visit the dentist for cleanings and checkups. Not major treatment.

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Super Smiles in San Antonio Have Strong Enamel

Did you know that enamel is the hardest substance in the body? It’s true! This substance, found on the outer surface of your teeth, truly should last a lifetime. But just because it’s super durable doesn’t mean you don’t have to work to take care of it. At Jurich Dental, we are committed to helping

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Halitosis And Xerostomia (Bad Breath And Dry Mouth)

In this post from William J. Stewart Jr. DDS in San Antonio, we address the unpleasant topic of halitosis, also known as bad breath. While poor dental hygiene is the most common cause of halitosis, many elements can contribute to it, or even make it worse. One of these is the lack of saliva, or

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Beating Horrible Halitosis

The team at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry would like to share with you some insights about halitosis. Halitosis, or bad breath, can be embarrassing when it happens. Poor oral hygiene is often the cause. Make sure you schedule your preventive visits and teeth cleaning with us twice a year. Brushing

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Suffering from Constant Bad Breath in Shavano Park?

Today’s post focuses on a problem experienced by many people, bad breath in Shavano Park. Bad breath, or halitosis, has several causes. The most common cause is poor oral hygiene. Often, halitosis arises midday arising from the inability to brush teeth between meals. Small food fragments on the teeth, gums, and tongue grow bacteria. The

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