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April 2018
• How Often Should You Floss?
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March 2018
• Ways of Protecting Your Teeth When at Work Where You Cannot Brush
• Can a Cracked Tooth Leave Your Oral Health in Danger?
• Does Alcohol Help Rid Your Mouth of Gum Disease?


February 2018
• Effects of Not Brushing Your Tongue
• Top Four Benefits of Daily Tea Consumption
• Does Lip Gloss Damage Your Oral Health?


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Can a Cracked Tooth Leave Your Oral Health in Danger?
It's important to not put off a dental visit if you've had a mouth injury, even if the teeth appear to be intact. A cracked tooth is quite dangerous to leave untreated. First, a crack will only continue to grow when not treated properly. Second, and more importantly, it can let bacteria into the crack. This can grow into an infection, which could put the health of your mouth or even your whole body, at risk. If you have an obvious cracked tooth or think you may have one due to pain, please get it checked.







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