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Want To Keep Your Enamel Healthy? Avoid Doing These 11 Things

Tooth enamel is the hardest part of the human body, but that doesn’t mean teeth are indestructable. Far from it! To keep them healthy and problem-free, the team at Victor H. Burdick, Jr. DDS in Littleton CO recommends (strongly!) you avoid the following. 1. Chewing on hard foods We’re looking at you unpopped popcorn kernels

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3 Common Questions About Cosmetic Dentistry

With all of the changes to dental care over the years, coupled with our society’s general tendencies to emphasize our appearance or looks, there’s no doubt that the demand for cosmetic dentistry has dramatically increased. Your Littleton dentist wants you to know that if you have questions about cosmetic treatments, this blog is an excellent place to start. Here are

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3 Ways Stress Can Harm Your Oral Health

It’s no secret that high stress can negatively affect our health. Prolonged periods of too much stress has been linked to heart disease, gastrointestinal problems, obesity, and difficulty in managing diabetes. But at our dental office in Littleton, we know that increased stress can also harm your oral health. GUM DISEASE Since increased stress levels can

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Tooth Pain Tips

Tooth pain can be unbearable and effect more than just the tooth alone. The whole mouth may feel the discomfort caused by a toothache, and some people also experience severe headaches. While relief may seem to be nowhere in sight, the team at our dental office in Littleton has a few tips that you can try to

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Nucalm

A NEW WAY TO COMBAT STRESS AND RELIEVE ANXIETY What do sports trainers, psychotherapists, and dentists have in common? They can all use NuCalm® to benefit their clients and patients with stress reduction and relaxation. And the benefits go beyond the dental chair or trainer’s table. NuCalm® has been proven to have long-term results that

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