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Bad Breath Myths Debunked

No one wants bad breath!

In fact, it’s one of the top “deal-breakers” for people going on first dates. If you meet someone, you may like everything about this. But if you’re getting close to their face and trying to be romantic, no one wants a whiff of bad breath.

A poll recently released in the Daily Mail by Jane Symons found that one in nine people worry about our breath,

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5 Celebrities Before & After Dental Care

Even the celebrities we respect and admire weren’t born with perfect teeth. We have pretty high standards for beauty in Hollywood and across the US and Canada. A nice smile, perfect hair, a slender build. Nice white teeth are naturally part of the image of perfection. Celebrity dental work is one way to see how the rich and famous are getting their teeth fixed up to put forward the best versions of themselves.

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Can Smiling Add Years to Your Life?

Get grinning!

According to a study published in the Journal of Psychological Science, completed by researchers from Wayne State University, people who smile bigger can see their life increased by years.

The study parsed through photos of 230 baseball players. They compared their smiles at the peak of their time in the sport and to frequency of smiles throughout their lifespan.

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Oral Surgery On An Infant (Case Study)

Dr. Mark Reichman not only manages The Oral and Facial Surgery Centre, but he also division head of oral and maxillofacial surgery at both BC Children’s Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital.  He has done a lot of great work for both adults and children facing a variety of different conditions.

A medical journal was recently published regarding a case involving a 7 month old infant,