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Natural Tips For Healthy Teeth

»Posted by on Jan 24, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on Natural Tips For Healthy Teeth

Tooth and Go NATURAL TIPS FOR HEALTHY TEETH Oral health and hygiene is a very important part of life. No one wants to go about with bad breath; it simply won’t be so attractive.  Healthy teeth are also necessary for good nutrition, this indirectly also translate into good health because healthy teeth prevent toothache occurrence which in turn will enable proper feeding. It has been discovered that gum disease can lead to other kinds of diseases and problems in the body, such as increased risk of heart disease. Healthy teeth also encompass the strength of the teeth. A compromise in the strength of the teeth can pose a very serious problem because this affectation will most likely lead to a chain of other negative occurrences. This article will provide you...

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Find the right mouthwash for you

»Posted by on Dec 18, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on Find the right mouthwash for you

Mouthwash should become a regular part of your oral hygiene procedure. Aside from brushing twice a day and flossing, adding a mouth rinse is a great idea. You can never take too much care of your teeth. Anything that is extra is better. If you want to provide your mouth great oral hygiene, then you should definitely include a mouthwash. They are usually not expensive and you can get them almost anywhere. Today there are so many mouthwashes available on the market that it can be very confusing to choose the right one. Also, different people have different problems. Some individuals are affected by more caries than others. There are the ones that are prone to calculus. Since people are facing different problems, companies produce mouth rinses with different...

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Kids’ Bad Habits to Keep an Eye For

»Posted by on Sep 20, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on Kids’ Bad Habits to Keep an Eye For

A lot of children tend to develop bad oral habits. Most of them are not even aware that they are doing something wrong. That is why parents should be familiar with these habits and know how to prevent and eliminate them. With the help of dentists, each parent should educate their kid, and teach them the difference between right and wrong. The most common bad oral habits include bruxism, biting nails, biting on hard objects, thumb sucking, common sugary snacks, carbonated drinks and more. Sucking on Thumb and FingersThis is a very common bad habit that is associated with many malocclusions in dentistry. A lot of parents are not aware that sucking fingers can lead to very serious problems with their kid’s teeth. That is why they only see it as a temporary phase...

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A Detailed Toothpaste Guide

»Posted by on Aug 19, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on A Detailed Toothpaste Guide

With the thousands of different toothpaste types available on the market, a lot of people find it hard to choose the right one for them. You will notice toothpaste in a range of colors, flavors and characteristics. Even if you are a professional, all of those choices might confuse you. All of the brands offer similar products, so another question that pops up is which brand to choose. Going to the supermarket and seeing a full isle of dental products makes things even harder. If you are having this dilemma, you can solve it by talking to your dentist. He is the ideal person, that is familiar with your oral health and can give you the best advice. Toothpaste comes in three different forms: paste, gel or powdered forms. The choice completely depends on a person’s...

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8 Superfoods and Drinks that will Keep your Teeth Healthy

»Posted by on Jun 26, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off on 8 Superfoods and Drinks that will Keep your Teeth Healthy

Regular brushing, flossing, and rinsing will definitely provide you a good oral health. But also good nutrition can have a great impact in protecting your pearly whites and gums. A poor and improper diet can lead to caries and gum disease. Foods and drinks that are rich in carbohydrates and added sugars are the worst things you can do to your teeth. Instead, you should choose foods and drinks that contain calcium, vitamin D, phosphorus, protein, zinc, folate and more. They will not only benefit your oral cavity but also your whole body. Here are the perfect examples of what you should eat for healthy teeth and gums. Drinks and Foods Rich in Calcium Milk and yogurt are the best sources of calcium for your teeth. Calcium is the main mineral in the structure of the...

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