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Visit the Delta Dental Risk Assessment Tool to examine common risk indicators and provide custom feedback to help you maintain a healthy smile.

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Did You Know?

Red, swollen gums that bleed easily are called gingivitis. Gingivitis is not usually painful, but it's an important warning sign of gum disease. Step up your dental care and see your dentist to prevent more serious problems. 

Infant Oral Health
Healthy gums and baby teeth in the youngest of children can help ensure a lifetime of good oral health.
Oral Conditions
Viruses can sometimes cause uncomfortable oral symptoms in children, such as a sore mouth and throat.
Oral Cancer
Risk factors for oral cancer involve behaviors that can begin during adolescence. Not smoking will greatly decrease a person's risk.
Young Adult
Nutrition and Oral Health
Foods without a lot of sugar and fat are better for your teeth. Healthy eating is just one way to reduce your risk of cavities.
Preventive Care
A big part of preventive care is having good oral hygiene habits. This includes brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day and regular dental visits.
Older Adult
Oral Safety
Learn what to during a dental emergency and how to keep your teeth safe during activity.
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