21st Century Dental & Med Spa

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21st Century Dental & Med Spa
21st Century Dental & Med Spa is listed in the Dentists category in Irving, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for 21st Century Dental & Med Spa which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of 21st Century Dental & Med Spa on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for 21st Century Dental & Med Spa is:
4301 N Macarthur Blvd
Irving, TX 75038
(972) 255-3712

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21st Century Dental & Med Spa has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that 21st Century Dental & Med Spa has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Irving, Texas is 33 and in the Dentists category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Increasing US Obesity Rates May Be Responsible For Up To 186,000 Deaths Annually, Research Suggests. TIME (1/15,... fb.me/IYXMUAl1

Increasing US Obesity Rates May Be Responsible For Up To 186,000 Deaths Annually, Research Suggests. TIME (1/15, Ducharme) reports that an analysis suggests “rising obesity rates in the U.S. may be responsible for as many as 186,000 deaths per year.” Researchers found that “increases in obesity...slowed gains in mortality rates by 0.54% between 1988 and 2011, shaving an estimated 0.9 years off the national life expectancy at age 40 and resulting in as many as 186,000 additional deaths in 2011 alone.” The findings were published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


CDC Declares Flu An Epidemic. The Washington Post (1/12, Sun) reported the Centers for Disease Control and... fb.me/3n9qAfljx

CDC Declares Flu An Epidemic. The Washington Post (1/12, Sun) reported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday said “a nasty flu season is in full swing across the United States, with a sharp increase in the number of older people and young children getting hospitalized.” Daniel Jernigan, director of CDC’s influenza division, said, “Flu is everywhere in the United States right now.” He said the CDC is particularly concerned with the “very rapid increase” in hospitalizations. ABC News (1/12) reported the CDC on Friday declared the flu an epidemic. The article added that “the rate of hospitalizations for pneumonia and the flu is continuing to climb amid a CDC warning of several more weeks of significant flu activity.” In addition, ABC News (1/14, Nestel) reported in a second article that Hurricane Maria’s “devastating impact continues to be felt, including in a national shortage” of IV bags. The article added that “with the arrival of a powerful strain of the flu there is even more demand for critical hydrating fluids.”


Researchers Find Advanced Gum Disease Associated With Increased Cancer Risk. A release on EurekAlert (1/16)... fb.me/87DKSrpM0

Researchers Find Advanced Gum Disease Associated With Increased Cancer Risk. A release on EurekAlert (1/16) states that a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute “provides additional evidence for a link between increased risk of cancer in individuals with advanced gum disease.” Using “data from comprehensive dental exams performed on 7,466 participants from Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, and North Carolina,” researchers found “a 24 percent increase in the risk of developing cancer among participants with severe periodontitis, compared to those with mild to no periodontitis at baseline.” In patients with no teeth, “the increase in risk was 28 percent.”


Number Of UK Children With Rotting Teeth Increasing; Sugary Foods, Drinks Blamed. The Independent (UK) (1/12,... fb.me/4NxAWlfAl

Number Of UK Children With Rotting Teeth Increasing; Sugary Foods, Drinks Blamed. The Independent (UK) (1/12, Matthews-King) reported that each day 170 children and teens in England and Wales “are having operations in NHS hospitals to remove multiple teeth that have been rotted by sugar,” a 17 percent increase from four years ago. According to the NHS, “Eating sugary food and drinks is driving this unfortunate and unnecessary epidemic of extractions.” Dentists can refer patients to MouthHealthy.org, ADA’s consumer website, for up-to-date and evidenced-based information about nutrition. In addition, the 11th edition of Chairside Instructor (W013) now covers the effects of sugar on oral health, among other prevention and treatment topics.


Business Insider: Old Toothbrushes Among Bathroom Items “To Throw Away.” Business Insider (1/11, Praderio) fb.me/88Hta78Qz

Business Insider: Old Toothbrushes Among Bathroom Items “To Throw Away.” Business Insider (1/11, Praderio) includes toothbrushes that are “more than four months old” in a list of bathroom items “to throw away.” The article notes that “the American Dental Association (ADA) says it’s best to replace your toothbrush every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles become frayed.” Business Insider adds that “a worn-down toothbrush will clean your teeth less effectively.” The Oral Health Topics on ADA.org and MouthHealthy.org provide additional information on toothbrushes for dental professionals and for patients. In addition, the ADA provides a list of toothbrushes with the ADA Seal of Acceptance.