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Tag: oral microbiome
As the autumn leaves fall and the nights grow longer, a spine-tingling excitement fills the air – Halloween is just around the corner. Beyond the costumes and candy, this season also offers a unique opportunity to explore the intricate relationship between Nitric Oxide and dental health, Re
ARE COMMON DENTAL HYGIENE PRACTICES PUTTING US AT RISK FOR HEART DISEASE? Dr. Nathan S. Bryan has often been cited writing and speaking on the importance of oral nitrate reducing bacteria in the production of Nitric Oxide. You can read more about his study by clicking the following LINK. This is important because killing these… Re