February 2002 Issue
Diet Advice To Chew On To Keep Teeth, GumsAnd MoreHealthy
Brushing and flossing daily and getting regular dental checkups are mainstays for keeping your pearly whites and the gums that support them strong. But healthy eating also plays a major role in thwarting cavities, gum disease, premature tooth loss and bad breath. And keeping your teeth and gums healthy may even fend off more serious diseases.
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