Merrillville Family Dental

Merrillville Family Dental
Merrillville Family Dental is listed in the Dentists category in Merrillville, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Merrillville Family Dental which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Merrillville Family Dental on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Merrillville Family Dental offers Dentists services in Merrillville IN.

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Wow! Talk about ancient history! A pair of 13,000-year-old front teeth found in Italy contain the earliest known use of fillings – made out of bitumen, a similar substance to asphalt.
A pair of 13,000-year-old front teeth show that ancient dentists used bitumen mixed in with plants and hairs to create rudimentary fillings

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WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- A trip to the dentist was the difference between life and death for a Utah man who was diagnosed with oral cancer. In December, David Aaron had a bad toothache so he went to Dr. Danny Le at BKP Dental in West Valley City. "He went in and ended up getting a root canal, "...

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As doctors acknowledge the connection between the body and oral hygiene, there are still questions about how it affects the rest of your body and why the most basic habits — like brushing your teeth — can boost your overall health.
For years doctors have suspected a link between a person's oral and cardiovascular health. Now, there is evidence the connection might be greater than anyone