How to Get Rid of Canker Sores Naturally
added on: November 30, 2021
How to Get Rid of Canker Sores Naturally

Have you ever had a spot inside your mouth, perhaps on the inside of your cheek or tongue, that was painful and white? Most likely, this was a canker sore. For some people, it can be difficult to get rid of canker sores quickly and naturally. Here are some easy-to-apply solutions that anyone can use Read more…

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How to avoid the 4 most common flossing mistakes?
added on: November 15, 2021
How to avoid the 4 most common flossing mistakes?

We all get that flossing is good for our oral health. Research even shows that flossing helps reduce our risk of heart disease and other big hitters. But did you know that flossing, if done incorrectly, could harm your oral health and even undermine your whole body health, too? Here are 4 common flossing mistakes Read more…

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Why cleaning the tongue is the most underrated oral hygiene habit?
added on: November 2, 2021
Why cleaning the tongue is the most underrated oral hygiene habit?

In this article, we’re going to explore the often-overlooked oral hygiene habit of cleaning the tongue as well as the important role that tongue cleaning plays in supporting greater oral and whole-body health. We often emphasize that the health of the mouth plays a central role in the health of the whole body, so it’s Read more…

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3 Easy Ways to Keep Thug Bugs From Growing on Your Toothbrush
added on: October 25, 2021
3 Easy Ways to Keep Thug Bugs From Growing on Your Toothbrush

Have you ever looked at your toothbrush under a microscope? I have, and it’s pretty freaky when you see all the little goobers that are clinging to the bristles. A toothbrush is a great place for thug bugs to hang out, just waiting for another chance to recolonize your mouth. To stop your toothbrushes from Read more…

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Ensuring better oral health for the whole family
added on: October 1, 2021
Ensuring better oral health for the whole family

When it comes to increasing oral health awareness in the family, it’s important to remember that brushing and flossing aren’t enough to attain or maintain good dental health. 98% of every man, woman, and child in the United States has some form of oral disease. And among those folks, 90% of adults and 65% of Read more…

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Beyond Brushing – Taking care of your oral health
added on: September 15, 2021
Beyond Brushing - Taking care of your oral health

Brushing your teeth every morning and night doesn’t guarantee you’re giving your mouth all the attention it needs. Having a thorough dental care routine that goes beyond just brushing your teeth, and ensuring you have the right tools in your bathroom cupboard, can take your oral health to another level and give you a good Read more…

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Cleaning between teeth: the secret behind a healthy smile
added on: September 1, 2021
Cleaning between teeth: the secret behind a healthy smile

When you think about maintaining a healthy mouth, brushing your teeth should be the top priority. Twice daily toothbrushing with fluoride toothpaste is the cornerstone to a healthy smile, but there is one simple addition that can truly transform how healthy your mouth is – and that is interdental cleaning. While toothbrushing is the most Read more…

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Causes of Tooth Decay
added on: August 16, 2021
Causes of Tooth Decay

It’s critically important to help heal the misunderstandings that our culture has around how to navigate the path to greater oral health.    Let’s study 5 aspects of how diet and nutrition can impact oral health.  5 dietary recommendations to positively impact oral health Have sufficient fat-soluble vitamins in our diet (vitamins A, D, E, Read more…

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11 tips to cut down on sugar
added on: July 30, 2021
11 tips to cut down on sugar

It comes as no surprise that sugar-related dental problems are still the most widespread cause of poor oral health and disease. The message is clear and simple though, reducing the amount of sugar that is in our diets will help to reduce the damage it can cause to our teeth, with the bonus of improving Read more…

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How eating disorders can affect your mouth
added on: July 15, 2021
How eating disorders can affect your mouth

Written by- Oral Health Foundation How eating disorders can affect your mouth: and how your dental team can help spot early signs Eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder all have negative effects on the mouth, their symptoms can range from slight to severe and dental professionals are often among the first Read more…

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