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September 10, 2010


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Timothy McLaney

I really think this is the very reason why my dentist want me to read more about cavities and how sweet food contributes a lot. I just came from Summerville last month, eating lots of foods and stuff. When I visited my dentist last week, we said hello to cavities. Now I'm doing what I can to save what remains of my pearly whites!

wisdom teeth removal

Very interesting topic! Thank you for sharing this. It is important to be aware for this matter so that we can avoid it. Having tooth pain is really terrible that’s why some are very conscious on foods that they are eating. To be proper educated about it better seek for a dentist advice for proper medication.

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