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Tooth Loss Linked to Cardiovascular Risk in New Study

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Oct 8, 2019 |
North Bend family dentist

As your North Bend family dentist, Dr. Lori Lemire has worked to educate patients on the need to maintain quality oral health. In our blog, we’ve extensively covered the connection between our oral and overall health. Numerous studies have found surprising connections between common oral health problems like tooth decay and gum disease and a…

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Study Finds Kids Drinking Too Many Soft Drinks

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Aug 8, 2019 |
Coos Bay family dentist

As a Coos Bay family dentist, Dr. Lori Lemire tries to provide all of her patients with the information they need to enjoy a healthy, great looking smile for a lifetime. As patients probably already know, diets high in sugar present a risk to their oral health, especially when compared to more balanced diets that…

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The Connection Between Gum Disease and RA

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jun 13, 2019 |
Coos Bay family dentist

As a Coos Bay family dentist, Dr. Lori Lemire wants to better educate all of her patients on the risks associated with gum disease and tooth decay. While many of us simply assume that our oral health only has to do with our teeth and gums, numerous studies have shown the exact opposite. Individuals dealing…

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Five Things Your Tongue Can Tell You

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jan 11, 2019 |
family dentist in Coos Bay

As a family dentist in Coos Bay, Dr. Lori Lemire wants all of her patients to enjoy the very best oral health possible. Your mouth acts as a gateway to your body in more ways than just through the foods you eat. Your oral health is closely linked to your overall health, which means your…

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Study Finds Gum Disease Treatments Could Help Diabetes Patients

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Nov 13, 2018 |
southern Oregon Coast dentist

You don’t need to be a southern Oregon Coast dentist to know that tooth decay and gum disease can cause more problems than just to the health of our teeth and gums. Patients who regularly read our blog know that tooth decay and gum disease have been linked to a variety of health problems that…

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Study Finds Link Between Gum Disease & Alzheimer’s

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Oct 15, 2018 |
North Bend dentist

You don’t need to be a North Bend dentist to know that tooth decay and gum disease can pose serious threats to your long-term oral health. That’s why Dr. Lori Lemire always stresses the need for her patients to take their oral health seriously by brushing and flossing daily. You also probably know that these…

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What Your Tongue is Really Saying

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jun 18, 2018 |

As a Coos Bay family dentist, Dr. Lori Lemire wants to help keep patients informed about potential problems with both their oral and overall health. That’s why regular exams and cleanings are such an important part of maintaining the health of your smile for a lifetime. Of course, it’s not only Dr. Lemire that can…

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Can Better Oral Health Offer Protection Against the Flu?

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Feb 22, 2018 |
Coos Bay family dentist

If you’ve been feeling a little under the weather this winter, your Coos Bay family dentist wants you to know that you’re not alone. People all across the U.S. have found themselves suffering from the sniffles and sneezing as the country has been hit hard by what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has…

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Don’t Underestimate the Dangers of Drinking Soda

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Nov 28, 2017 |
family dentist in Coos Bay

As a family dentist in Coos Bay, Dr. Lori Lemire strives to protect the oral health of patients of all ages. For younger patients whose oral health is still in development, diet can play an enormous role in determining the long-term health of their teeth and gums. Diet extends to more than just whether children…

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Study Suggests Working Out Can Improve Gum Health

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Aug 26, 2017 |
dentist on the Southern Oregon Coast

There are a lot of things you can do before visiting a dentist on the Southern Oregon Coast to ensure a cavity-free checkup. You can make sure to brush at least twice a day and floss every night. You can reduce the amount of sugar and starch in your diet, and replace those foods with…

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