In: gum disease waco

Waco Dentist: Important Facts About Gum Disease
September 25, 2013

Waco Dentist: Important Facts About Gum Disease You may recognize gingivitis and gum disease from their stints in mouthwash commercials, or…

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Waco Dentist Explains Facial Collapse
June 19, 2012

How Your Body Uses Calcium Approximately 90{dcbe0cd52ce35e2f156887e14605e24111ce99c14f01d3853732956d43020bdd} of your body’s calcium supply is stored in your bones and teeth. The remaining…

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Your Waco Dentist Explains How Smoking Destroys Your Oral Health
May 23, 2012

You’ve probably heard about how smoking affects your overall health and increases your risk of stroke, heart disease, and lung cancer….

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Tooth Loss Linked to Memory Loss
March 21, 2012

If you’re missing teeth, you may have an increased risk of dementia. Dr. Locke can keep your gums healthy to protect your smile and your memory.

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What Your Waco Dentist Needs to Know About Your Heart
February 20, 2012

Keeping your mouth healthy will help keep your heart healthy. Dr. Locke needs to know about any heart conditions you have that could be affecting your mouth.

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How the Color Red Affects Your Oral Health
February 1, 2012

How does the color red affect your smile? Dr. Locke can keep your red heart healthy, and help you avoid red gums and teeth.

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Don’t Let Your Smile Age
January 26, 2012

Your smile changes as you get older, but Dr. Locke’s treatments can hide your aging dental problems.

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Don’t Wait for Dental Problems to Develop
December 12, 2011

Just because your mouth doesn’t hurt, doesn’t mean you’re completely healthy. Dr. Locke can detect any potentially harmful changes in your mouth to save your smile before it’s too late.

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5.4 Million People and Counting
September 21, 2011

What disease are 5.4 million Americans living with today? Read this blog to find out.

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A Healthier Mouth for a Healthier You
June 10, 2011

The health of your mouth does not only affect your teeth, gums, and tongue. Oral health impacts the health of your entire body. Often referred to as “the window to the body,” oral health is directly related to overall health. The connection between your oral health care and your overall wellbeing is called oral systemic dentistry.

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