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Kathie Tromer Schraeder
· July 19, 2017
Thank our Dr. Koh and staff for seeing me so quickly, fixing my broken tooth. You're amazing!!!!
Pete Alequin
· July 15, 2014
I had a deep clean yesterday and a root canal today and I felt nothing!! I used to be so scared of the dentist but Dr Koh totally changed that! They are all so nice and so caring over there I was so a...t ease it was I can't believe a root canal could be a pleasurable experience but Dr.Koh made it one. She even let me use headphones and listen to music while I got it done!! They have a patient for life !!!! See More
Katie Hanson
· June 11, 2015
I thought it was a good practice for my family and I a few years back when they were located in Franklin Park, IL. In the year after treatment I've had things not last and my husband had the dentist ...forget something in his last treatment. Also, they way they treated customer and employee as they moved to new location in Park Ridge was very WRONG. Hard to believe to see them pop up on a friends page. See More
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Focusing on the underlying causes of bad breath and how to prevent it: http://healthymagazine.com/bad-breath-2/

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Scientists are using digital mapping technology to study the teeth of ancient animals to determine what they were eating and how their diets changed over time. http://www.the-scientist.com/…

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What causes mouth sores to develop and how you can manage the discomfort: https://www.everydayhealth.com/mouth-lesions/guide/

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According to researchers there is increasing evidence to support the link between chronic gum disease and systemic health conditions that can affect your overall well-being. https://www.everydayhealth.com/…/gum-disease-its-not-just-…/

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When to talk to your Dentist About Sensitive Teeth: https://www.everydayhealth.com/…/sensitive-tee…/see-dentist/

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Viewing white teeth as a sign of wealth and beauty, the ancient Egyptians used small sticks to apply a mixture of ground pumice and wine vinegar to remove stains and whiten their teeth.

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Harmful oral habits and unhealthy practices that can damage your teeth: https://www.rd.com/…/mistakes-cause-tooth-decay-ruin-tee…/1/

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Learn what can cause the enamel of your teeth to wear down as well as what you may experience when this happens: https://www.healthline.com/health/enamel-erosion#symptoms2

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Did you know that a great white shark can grow up to 20,000 teeth in a lifetime? https://www.smithsonianmag.com/…/a-great-white-can-go-thro…/

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According to the World Health Organization, 60–90% of school children and nearly 100% of adults across the globe have dental decay.

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Eat these healthy foods for a stronger and more vibrant smile: https://www.rd.com/health/wellness/foods-for-teeth/1/

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Some helpful hints from dentists on caring for your smile: https://www.rd.com/health/conditions/dental-health-facts/1/

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The link between chewing your food and immunity

New research finds that chewing food can trigger the oral release of Th17 cells - a type of immune cell that can help to protect against infection.
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The science of smiling:

A beautiful, authentic smile is an involuntary form of self expression. Universal in its message, a smile can communicate joy, excitement, and caring, all without language.
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