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 category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Yes, it will clean...it's ACID! Don't do it...save your enamel and unprotected root surfaces! "ADA Spokesperson... fb.me/74XgJKcUU

Yes, it will clean...it's ACID! Don't do it...save your enamel and unprotected root surfaces! "ADA Spokesperson Cautions Against Using Apple Cider Vinegar To Clean Teeth. In a slide show on its website, CNN (7/19, Lamotte) discusses what science says about the most common health purposes for which people are using apple cider vinegar. Concerning the use of apple cider vinegar to clean teeth, CNN reports ADA Spokesperson Dr. Alice Boghosian said that is “the last thing you’d want to do to promote oral health” due to the acidic nature of apple cider vinegar. Dr. Boghosian added, “Anything acidic which contacts your teeth will wear out the enamel, the protective coating, and that will cause cavities.” The Oral Health Topics on ADA.org provides additional information on dental erosion for dental professionals."


More Than 100 Million US Adults Have Diabetes Or Prediabetes, CDC Officials Report. HealthDay (7/18, Preidt)... fb.me/KFbkShh5

More Than 100 Million US Adults Have Diabetes Or Prediabetes, CDC Officials Report. HealthDay (7/18, Preidt) reported that more than 100 million US adults have diabetes or prediabetes, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The article added the CDC “report found that nearly 1 in 4 adults with diabetes didn’t even know they had the disease, and less than 12 percent with prediabetes knew they had that condition.” The article discussed the importance of preventing diabetes, stating that “by focusing on prevention, it may be possible to avoid the numerous complications of diabetes and obesity, which include not only eye, kidney and nerve problems but also dental disease, dementia and depression.” The Los Angeles Times (7/18, Kaplan) “Science Now” blog also reported that if diabetes is not controlled, people with the disease may experience “heart disease, nerve damage, kidney problems, eye damage and other serious health problems.” The Oral Health Topics on ADA.org and MouthHealthy.org provide additional information on diabetes for dental professionals and patients.


Thanks for the the shout out, Richard Montez! fb.me/9n4AI3wzC

Thanks for the the shout out, Richard Montez!

Importance Of Dental Care During Pregnancy Discussed. The Huffington Post (UK) (7/18, Jorner) emphasizes the importance of ensuring good oral health during pregnancy, noting hormonal changes during this time may contribute to oral health changes, such as swollen and bleeding gums and “pregnancy tumors.” The article encourages women who are pregnant to manage their oral health and visit the dentist regularly. MouthHealthy.org offers additional information on pregnancy and oral health.


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Find out which summer habits are healthy for your teeth in this quiz.


Nail Biting May Crack Teeth, Cause Health Problems. Reader’s Digest (7/9, Nowak) discusses nail biting, stating.. fb.me/8ZmTcNA1n