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Holistic Dental Hygiene Tips

Posted on: Sunday, October 20th, 2019

Many people today are looking for holistic or natural ways to improve their health. Luckily, there are some very easy ways to incorporate holistic or natural habits into your dental hygiene routine. Here are some of the best holistic dental hygiene tips. Easy and Natural Oral Health There are some things you can do for […]

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Why Is Dental Hygiene Important?

Posted on: Thursday, October 10th, 2019

Taking good care of your mouth, teeth and gums is a worthy goal in and of itself. Good oral and dental hygiene can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease—and can help you keep your teeth! Dental hygiene is very important for more reasons that just your appearance. Oral health is linked to […]

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Dental Stem Cells: Protect Your Future

Posted on: Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

Most people have heard of the power of stem cells and the amazing ways that they are being used in medicine. Stem cells are used for treatment of many different diseases and conditions. While some stem cell treatments are still in the experimental stages, others are tried and true. Stem cells are being used in […]

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Clearing Away the Bacteria That Causes Gum Disease

Posted on: Saturday, August 10th, 2019

Gum disease is caused by bacteria getting under the gums and causing inflammation, tissue loss, and bone loss, depending on the severity of the condition. Gum disease can be prevented with good oral hygiene, and it can be treated in its earliest stages with mouthwashes and sensitive toothpastes. Yet when gum disease is advanced, additional […]

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Reduce the Risk of Gum Disease

Posted on: Monday, June 10th, 2019

Gum disease results in more than just embarrassing bleeding gums and bad breath. It can also lead to loose or missing teeth, bone loss in the jaw, and other health problems. It is important that you always strive to reduce your risk of gum disease. Here’s what you need to know. What is Gum Disease? […]

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Dental Health New Year’s Resolutions

Posted on: Sunday, December 16th, 2018

The New Year is a time for self improvement, but choosing a resolution can be difficult. If you’re tired of stale resolutions that you know you can’t keep, try making 2019 all about your oral health. The following dental health resolutions are sure to improve your health, help you feel better, and boost your confidence. […]

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How to Maintain Dental Health During the Holidays

Posted on: Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

The celebrations of the Holiday Season make it easy to become disconnected from your normal routine, including your oral care routine. To make matters worse for your teeth and gums, holiday treats ranging from eggnog to apple pie are usually sugary and acidic. If you become too distracted by your merriment this holiday season, you’ll […]

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Scaling and Root Planing: What You Need to Know

Posted on: Friday, August 10th, 2018

You might think that your mouth is perfectly happy just because you don’t have widespread cavities or missing teeth, but the truth is more complicated. According to the CDC, half of all American adults have periodontal disease. That equals nearly 65 million people above the age of 30! What Should You Know About Gum Disease? […]

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A Guide to Homemade Toothpaste and Mouthwash

Posted on: Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Have you ever read the ingredients list of a standard toothpaste or mouthwash? Commercial oral care products are loaded with ingredients and chemicals that you definitely wouldn’t want near your mouth or in your body. It is much safer (and cheaper!) to make your own natural toothpaste and mouthwash. The Dangers Lurking In Your Toothpaste […]

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Receding Gums: What Should You Do About It?

Posted on: Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Receding gums, also known as gingival recession, is a serious oral condition that shouldn’t be ignored. Healthy pink gum tissue is meant to cover the root of the tooth, but gingival recession causes the roots to become exposed as the gum withdraws. Since this places the mouth at higher risk of decay, infection, and tooth […]

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