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The Lyme Diet: Keeping Healthy During the Holidays

The Lyme Diet: Keeping Healthy During the Holidays The holiday season is upon us which typically means a host of social gatherings are right around the corner. It also means there will be an abundance of tasty treats creating temptations at the table, that are impossible to ignore. If you

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What You Need to Know About Periodontal Disease

“You are what you eat” is a phrase that has floated around because of the idea that your health is a direct reflection of your diet. Well, similarly, the microbes in your mouth can impact your overall health, including being the “root” cause of systematic diseases. Both your dentist and

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IABDM Annual Meeting October 2021

Biological PeriodonticsOctober 21 – 24, 2021Charleston, SC Dr. Blanche D. Grube Presenting“The Microbiology the You Must Know” $450 per person; 8 hours of CE available Learn more about biological periodontal care with this October at the gorgeous Harborside at Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina in Charleston, SC. Registration for this

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Casa Pia Children’s Medical Experiment

From our sister company, the Huggins-Grube Dental Center –we invite you to learn more about this story and the devastating impacts of dental mercury. It is a disturbing story and never before told. 500 children from Casa Pia were guinea pigs! Unbeknownst to them, but with knowledge of the authorities,

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Tips to Avoid a Tick Bite

Tips to Avoid Tick Bites This Fall   As we turn the corner from the “peak season” for ticks, now is not the time to stop taking precautionary measures to avoid being bit. There are two important facts to consider even though you may think you are out of Lyme season and no longer need to worry about

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Biocompatibility in Dentistry: A Mini Review

Biocompatibility in Dentistry: A Mini Review by Anita Vazquez-Tibau and Blanche D Grube, DMD Abstract The term “biocompatibility” has been gaining recognition, not only in medicine, but particularly in dentistry. It basically means, biocompatible materials should not have a negative impact on the recipient. Currently, there are literally thousands of different

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