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Noah Galloway's Dentally Dangerous Dancing

For anyone else, having a tooth accidentally knocked out while practicing a dance routine would be a very big deal. But not for Dancing With The Stars contestant Noah Read More

Cosmetic Gum Surgery Can Help Restore Lost Tissues Around Teeth

Your gums can take a lot — they’re resilient and they endure a variety of abrasive foods over a lifetime. But resilience isn’t the same as invulnerability: your gums Read More

Chrissy Teigen's Teeth-Grinding Troubles

It might seem that supermodels have a fairly easy life — except for the fact that they are expected to look perfect whenever they’re in front of a camera. Read More

Managing Diabetes and Gum Disease Together will Lessen the Effect of Both

Periodontal (gum) disease is a progressive bacterial infection caused primarily by bacterial plaque on tooth surfaces not adequately removed by daily oral hygiene. In fact, nearly all of us Read More

New Front Teeth for a Teenaged David Duchovny

In real life he was a hard-charging basketball player through high school and college. In TV and the movies, he has gone head-to-head with serial killers, assorted bad guys… Read More

Closing the Gap Between Front Teeth Can Create a More Attractive Smile

Many otherwise attractive smiles have one noticeable blemish — a large gap between the two upper front teeth. If you have such a gap, there’s a solution that could Read More

Jason Derulo's Ideal Match

When the multi-platinum recording artist, songwriter and TV personality Jason Derulo was recently asked about his ideal woman, his answer covered a remarkably broad spectrum. "There’s no specific thing," Read More

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Welcome to the Blog of Englewood Clayton Dental Care Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a dentist in the Dayton, OH area, we’re excited you are here. With the dental Read More

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