How Frequent Green Tea Consumption Improves Oral Health

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The health benefits of tea has been known for a long time now, with one study after another proving that regular consumption could actually lower down one’s risk of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular problems. However, did you know that tea (whether green, black or white!) could actually help you promote excellent oral health? Read on while enjoying some tea!

Drink to your (gum) health!

Tea, specifically green tea, has been shown to reduce the occurrence of gum ...

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New Research Links Poor Oral Health to HPV

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You probably know by now that your mouth is host to billions of bacteria, both of which are by turns beneficial and damaging. With just slight changes in the pH of your mouth which largely depends on the food you eat and oral hygiene habits, buildup of the bad bacteria may occur. A recent study even found out that people with existing oral health issues have higher risks of acquiring HPV.

Here in our Central Georgia dental practice, we are always ...

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Your Gum Disease Questions Answered

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Gum disease is not to be treated lightly. If left untreated, the disease could lead to more serious complications such as problems with the heart, lungs, erectile dysfunction and cancer. For residents of Central Georgia and nearby cities, Dr. Vin Bhasin and Dr. Russell G. Eyman are committed to helping clients prevent gum diseases through a wide variety of gum disease treatments, including Macon non-surgical treatment options.

1. What exactly is a gum disease?
A gum disease is, by and large, an ...

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Detecting Gum Disease: Risk Factors and Symptoms

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A report published in the Journal of Dental Research last September 2012 recently revealed that one in every two Americans aged 30 and above  has gum problems. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that approximately 47.2 percent of American adults have periodontal disease – ranging from mild to moderate to severe cases. For residents of Central Georgia and nearby cities, Dr. Vin Bhasin and Dr. Russell G. Eyman are committed to helping clients prevent gum diseases through ...

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Periodontal Surgery

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In some cases periodontal disease has caused deeper gum pockets and underlying bone loss. At this stage, osseous surgery becomes necessary to eliminate the diseased gum pockets and bony destruction. Additional treatment, such as bone or gum grafts, may be required to restore oral health. In all instances, we will provide you with post-operative care instructions. If we determine that surgery is necessary, you can feel confident that you’re in good hands. Dr. Eyman and Dr. Bhasin have significant experience ...

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