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June 15, 2018

Poor Oral Care Causes Heart Disease? Your Dentist in Frisco Weighs in

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_wade @ 5:03 pm

hands holding red heartIn the final installment of our four-part series, we now concentrate on how poor oral hygiene – through systematic connection – can contribute to another very serious condition – heart disease. As you read on, your dentist in Frisco explains how having advanced gum disease (periodontitis) acts as the gateway between the initial bacteria development and the very dangerous condition of heart disease.


June 5, 2018

Your Dentist in Frisco Says Bacteria and Pancreatic Cancer are Linked!

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_wade @ 3:34 pm

x-ray image of inflamed pancreasIn part three of this four-part series on the connection between oral bacteria, gum disease and overall health issues, we focus on how the foregoing contribute to pancreatic cancer. This finding is, again, based on the concept of oral systematic connection, which we’ll revisit in this piece. As you read on, your dentist in Frisco will not only discuss this problem, but will also provide ways to prevent it from happening.


May 15, 2018

Your Dentist in Frisco Says Prevent Alzheimer’s with Better Oral Care

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_wade @ 1:48 pm

older man birthday cake forgetfulIn the opener to this four-part series, we discussed the connection between your oral care and overall health, which is called oral systematic connection. As we move forward, we now look at one of the problems that can arise from poor oral hygiene and gum disease (periodontitis) – the development of Alzheimer’s disease. As you read on, you’ll learn what this disease is and how your oral health can contribute to it.


May 10, 2018

Your Dentist in Frisco Says Oral Hygiene Does More Than You May Think

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_wade @ 12:07 pm

woman smiling preparing to brush teethAs summer approaches, one of the goals you’ve set for yourself is to practice better oral hygiene because you want to have fresh breath and prevent cavities from developing. Did you know, though, that practicing excellent oral care does so much more for your overall health? As you read on, your dentist in Frisco explains the concept of oral systematic connection and how you can prevent a host of dental problems.


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