Don't Leave Out Your Tongue From Your Daily Dental Hygiene Routine

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You brush and floss regularly, but you leave a source of bacteria in your mouth if you don’t include your tongue. An effective dental hygiene practice can only happen when you brush your tongue, too. Here is why your tongue can work against you and how to make it part of your daily routine. Bacteria and Your Tongue One of the primary uses of the tongue is to move food around the mouth and down the esophagus. Read More»

Properly Caring For Baby Teeth

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You want to do all you can to ensure your baby is going to develop healthy teeth, but you may not know exactly how to go about it. Once their teeth come in, you know they need to be brushed, and once your child is old enough, you know to get them child approved mouth wash. However, you may not know that you should start caring for your baby’s teeth before they even come in. Read More»

3 All-Natural Remedies For Gingivitis

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Gingivitis often manifests itself with gums that are red, sore, and inflamed. Sometimes gums that are affected by gingivitis also have a tendency to bleed.  Not only can gingivitis be quite painful at times but it can also very unsightly to look at as well. This can cause people that suffer from gum disease to feel self self-conscious about their appearance. Fortunately, there are many different all-natural remedies that can be utilized in order to restore your gums back to being in excellent condition and to get them looking nice and healthy again. Read More»

How To Create A Dental-Friendly Halloween For Your Child

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Halloween is a fun time for children, but it can also be a destructive time for their teeth. While you may not want to prevent your child from enjoying in the festivities, you should do what you can to prevent them from eating all the sugary candy they will more than likely be exposed to. The tips in this article will help you to give your child a great Halloween while avoiding all those sugary candies that can lead to cavities and tooth decay. Read More»

Don'T Waste Your Time On These 3 At-Home Teeth Whitening Methods

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Teeth whitening is a booming business both in cosmetic dentistry and on the drugstore shelves. While there are some over-the-counter products that can offer mild whitening results, only a visit to the dentist can give you a truly pearly white smile. Many at-home whitening suggestions are either ineffective or risk doing more harm than good. Here are three at-home teeth whitening methods you should skip in favor of a visit to the dentist chair. Read More»