Diet and Oral Health

Your diet directly affects your oral health. Eating foods rich in calcium, iron and B vitamins will help your teeth stay strong and keep your gums healthy. Avoiding sticky, sugary foods, sports drinks and soda are all easy ways to…
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Maintain a Healthy Smile for Life

Taking care of your teeth now can ensure that you have a health smile for life. Visiting the dentist on a regular basis to get your teeth and gums examined is a critical step in identifying and preventing any potential issues. Prevention…
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Top 3 Ways to Prevent Gum Disease

The top three ways to prevent gum disease are as follows. Brush and floss at least twice a day. Brushing after meals helps remove food debris and plaque trapped between your teeth and gums. Don’t forget to include your tongue;…
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Electric Toothbrush Vs. Manual Toothbrush

The pros and cons of manual toothbrushes versus electric toothbrushes depends on the user. For instance, I used a manual toothbrush most of my life. I started using an electric toothbrush about three years ago and I absolutely love it! …
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Choosing the Right Toothbrush

There are many different types of toothbrushes to pick from but an electric toothbrush offers benefits and conveniences you won’t get in a manual toothbrush. When shopping for a manual toothbrush, there are soft, medium, and hard. Which one is…
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Parents: Don’t Blame Genetics

Parents may sometimes blame genetics but the reality is that you cannot blame genetics on tooth decay in kids. The primary cause for tooth decay in children is having a child’s mouth that is not optimally clean. Parents tend to…
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