When given the option between protecting yourself against oral cancer or instead, doing things to promote it, chances are good you’d prefer to avoid it! Unfortunately, you may not be sure what you should be doing to keep it from happening. Some culprits that you should avoid are more obvious than others. Let’s quickly soar… Read more »
Category: Oral Cancer
Livonia Dentist Answers Questions About Family Dental Care
Your Livonia dentist, Dr. James Stewart, strives to provide our patients with quality family dental care. Whether your family members require routine checkups or extensive dental work, Dr. Stewart has the education and experience necessary to help transform their smiles. We offer state-of-the-art general,… Read more »
Livonia Dentist: Try Our Family Dental Care Quiz
Looking for quality dental care for the entire family? Then look no further than Livonia dentist, Dr. James Stewart. Dr. Stewart provides the latest in family dentistry for our youngest to our oldest patients. Interested in our family dental care? In today’s blog, Dr. Stewart uses a fun and informative quiz to discuss our unique… Read more »
Livonia Dentist Provides Innovative Dental Care
Your Livonia dentist, Dr. James Stewart, strives to provide quality dental care for the entire family. Employing the latest technology, Dr. Stewart helps our patients maintain a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums. In today’s blog, Dr. Stewart discusses how our innovative dental procedures… Read more »
Livonia Dentist on the Coffee Debate
Can you start your day without that first cup of joe? Over 54% of Americans drink coffee and spend an average of over $1000 dollars a year on the beverage. But is all that coffee good for you? Your Livonia cosmetic dentist, Dr. James Stewart, explains the risks, and surprising health benefits, of coffee consumption.
Your Livonia Dentist Asks: Would You Know the Signs of Oral Cancer?
The American Cancer Society estimates that 35,000 people will get oral cancer in 2012, and the number of fatalities is estimated at approximately 6,800. The good news, however, is that the death rate from oral cancer has declined steadily since the 1970s – a statistic many experts credit to early detection.*
Your Livonia Dentist Discusses Why Smokeless Tobacco Causes Cancer
Although we’ve known for some time that smokeless tobacco increases the risk of certain cancers, science didn’t know exactly why until recently. New research has identified the responsible carcinogen.