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Researchers Examine COVID’s Connection to Our Oral Health

By McGinty Dental Group | Aug 2, 2020

At our biometric dental practice in Denver, Dr. McGinty works to better inform her patients about how interconnected our oral health is with our overall health. Decades worth of research has found clear connections linking our oral health with a variety of chronic health conditions that include diabetes, heart disease, and dementia. Now, British researchers…

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Answering Important Questions About Antibody Testing

By McGinty Dental Group | May 20, 2020

As businesses and non-essential medical providers begin the process of reopening here in Oregon and around the U.S., we will all start the process of once again leaving home to visit places like our biomimetic dental practice in Denver. Even as reported cases of COVID-19 continue to decline, it’s still possible to contract the virus…

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Mysterious Vaping Illness on the Rise

By McGinty Dental Group | Sep 16, 2019

It doesn’t take a biological dentist in Denver to know the dangers smoking presents to our oral and overall health. In fact, the known health risks associated with smoking have led a growing number of kids and adults to make the switch to vaping, a habit many people assume is safer than smoking cigarettes. However,…

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Gum Disease Linked to an Increased Cancer Risk

By McGinty Dental Group | Jun 19, 2019

As a holistic dentist in Littleton, our team at McGinty Dental Group wants all of our patients to understand the connection that exists between our oral and overall health. In previous posts, we’ve covered studies that have examined how poor oral health can increase the risk for systemic health problems that can impact the heart,…

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What’s Causing That Metallic Taste in Your Mouth

By McGinty Dental Group | Jun 2, 2019

At the McGinty Dental Group, we understand that much like car maintenance, most of our patients don’t think too much about their oral health until something goes wrong. While a toothache or problems eating may have a pretty clear cause, there are other common oral health conditions that can leave patients wondering. One issue that…

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Regenerative Medicine Will Forever Change Dental Care

By McGinty Dental Group | May 12, 2019

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported back in 2012 that approximately half of all Americans over the age of 30 have some degree of gum disease the announcement painted a very bleak picture for the country’s future oral health. The CDC also noted that over 70 percent of adults 65 and older…

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Four Tips Towards Enjoying a Great Looking Smile

By McGinty Dental Group | May 2, 2019

As patients of Dr. McGinty know, a healthy smile requires brushing twice a day, scheduling regular visits at our Denver biological dentist office and cutting back on the amount of sugar you consume daily. If you’re one of the many patients who takes good care of their oral health only to discover you need a…

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Red Wine and Your Teeth

By McGinty Dental Group | Apr 2, 2019

To a lot of people, nothing says a healthy smile like brilliantly bright teeth. A smile that dazzles makes a strong first impression, while one dimmed by years of eating and drinking enamel staining foods and beverages can often become a source of embarrassment. While you might think that keeping a smile looking its best…

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Research Further Established Connections Between Gum Disease & Cancer

By McGinty Dental Group | May 29, 2018

Patients who suffer from severe cases of gum disease may not only have their risk for cancer increased; they may also increase their likelihood of dying of the disease, especially pancreatic cancer, suggests the results of a new joint study conducted by researchers in both the U.S. and Finland. The U.S. half of the study,…

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