How Treatment Can Hurt Your Teeth

People under treatment for breast cancer need to keep a close eye on the condition of their teeth because both chemotherapy and bone-strengthening drugs can lead to dental problems.
Phyllis Johnson

Teething and Infant Reflux

Teething always increased my daughter’s reflux symptoms. The new tooth caused the usual symptoms of drooling, fussiness and poor sleep. In addition, each new tooth triggered her reflux and caused more spit up, gagging and congestion than usual. Often ...
Jan Gambino

Chemo and Your Teeth

I did try to make a dental appointment, and if I’d known how important it was, I would have tried harder. I moved to the Kansas City area from North Carolina in December of 1997. As 1998 began, I was working two part-time jobs, looking for a full-tim...
Phyllis Johnson

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