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Gum Disease Risks

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jul 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Coos Bay dentists

There are numerous studies that have linked gum disease with an increased risk of heart disease. According to the American Heart Association studies, there is a strong relationship linking gum disease and heart disease. Gum disease and heart disease share many common risk factors. Here at Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry, your Coos Bay dentists of…

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Baby Boomers Top Concern: Oral Health

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jul 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Coos Bay Dental Office

The Pro-Health for Life and AARP survey, just discovered that that dental health is the third most important medical concern among people 48+. The study documented 500 participants age 48 and over. The findings were: • 75% of the participants rated their dental health care as very important compared with their overall health concerns • 60…

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Popular Excuses to Avoid Dental Floss

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Jun 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Using dental floss on our teeth is imperative to maintaining good dental health and a bright smile for life. But flossing is often an activity that goes overlooked, even by those dedicated to overall good health. Dentist in Coos Bay, OR Dr. Lori Lemire and her team encourage all patients to take the time to use…

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Tips on Helping Kids Enjoy the Dentist

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Apr 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

The earlier kids practice all dental health routines the better, and the dentist is no different. Though once kids have been to the dentist, they normally don’t have much fear, sometimes the first trip there can produce some anxiety for kids. The dentist’s office is a new place, full of new people, and new things.…

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How Chewing Your Food Can Improve Your Smile

By Dr. Lori Lemire Family Dentistry | Feb 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

You may have heard from your parents how important it is to brush your teeth, but how often did your parents tell you to chew your food longer? Some people don’t chew their food enough and this can actually hinder your over all health and wellbeing. Chewing food is the first step to great oral…

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