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What Your Gums Are Trying to Tell You [An Article on HuffingtonPost.com]

Some symptoms like gum redness, puffiness and bleeding could have surprisingly little to do with your oral hygiene. Pale Gums What it could mean: You might want to order up a juicy burger or a giant spinach salad. When your body isn’t producing enough red blood cells, you could be looking at anemia, says John Moore, DDS, of Cosmetic Dental Associates in San Antonio. Gums should be nice ...

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Dr. John Moore Featured on It’s a Glam Thing Website

When the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked people what they’d most like to improve about their smile, the most common response was whiter teeth. The American Association of Orthodontists also found that nearly 90% of patients request tooth whitening. But with several different teeth whitening products and services are on the market, very few give long-lasting or satisfying ...

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What Your Gums Are Trying to Tell You [Article on Oprah.Com]

Pale Gums What it could mean: You might want to order up a juicy burger or a giant spinach salad. When your body isn't producing enough red blood cells, you could be looking at anemia, says John Moore, DDS, of Cosmetic Dental Associates in San Antonio. Gums should be nice and pink and being deficient in nutrients like iron or B12 could be a culprit, and you may also notice other ...

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Permanent Teeth Whitening Eclipses Bleaching Methods

As more people pursue ideal beauty, including that perfect smile, teeth whitening kits are becoming increasingly popular. But over-the-counter products aren’t professionally designed to last on the teeth, making their results temporary at best. That’s just part of the cosmetic tooth bleaching market, which is a $3.2 billion global industry and still growing. In fact, in-office bleaching ...

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A Smile is Worth a Thousand Words

Nicole talks to John Moore, DDS about Cosmetic Dentistry.  They talk about botched dentistry, veneers, how to find the right Cosmetic Dentist, teeth bleaching and grills.  Follow John Moore, DDS on instagram @drjamsmiles and check him out on Facebook at Cosmetic Dental Association San Antonio. Originally Featured In: ...

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Experts question Yolanda Hadid’s mercury filling claims

On July 22, “Real Housewife” Yolanda Hadid — matriarch of the Hadid brood of supermodels — shared via Instagram that she had undergone a controversial procedure to remove old fillings from her teeth. “I removed all my Mercury amalgams,” wrote Hadid, referring to the mercury-based fillings known as dental amalgam. The goal is to rid the body of potential toxins, but the medical ...

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Cosmetic Dentistry Is a 21st Century Fine Art Form

Originally Featured In: The $55 billion cosmetic dentistry industry now spans the United States, Middle East, South America, and China. The number of cosmetic dentists in the United States increased 16% in 2016 alone. With the explosion of celebrity culture and social media, the importance of personal appearance has rapidly escalated. The high demand for cosmetic dentistry has led to it ...

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44 Favorite Books of High Achievers

Originally Featured In: The people who accomplish the most in life are serious about self-improvement, which often comes in the form of a good book. The people who accomplish the most in life are serious about self-improvement, which often comes in the form of a good book. Here are several dozen excellent reads, recommended by high achieving founders and executives. 1. Crossing the ...

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Study Shows Beautiful Smile Provides High Self-Esteem and SuccessCDA Leads the Way

Originally Featured In: What does a smile mean in today’s very visual world? It literally means everything that means most anything to anyone. San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) June 13, 2017 A smile is right at the very center of an attractive face. According to research, good-looking people have more success in interviews, are hired more rapidly, are more likely to be given raises, and generally ...

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‘Lookism’ Is Prevalent Bias in Certain Professions, Industries

Originally Featured In: Employment bias based on physical appearance is widespread and is even openly stated policy at some workplaces. But in certain circumstances, it can also be illegal. “Lookism—discrimination based on appearance—is a real thing and in my view, a real problem,” Michael S. Cohen, a partner in management-side law firm Duane Morris LLP in Philadelphia, told ...

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