Sensitive Teeth
added on: May 15, 2022

Is the taste of ice cream or a sip of hot coffee sometimes a painful experience for you? Does brushing or flossing make you wince occasionally? If so, you may have sensitive teeth. Possible causes include: Tooth decay (cavities) Fractured teeth Worn fillings Gum disease Worn tooth enamel Exposed tooth root In healthy teeth, a Read more…

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What Causes an Abscessed Tooth and How You Can Avoid Them
added on: April 30, 2022

A tooth abscess also called an abscessed tooth, is right up there with root canals, subjects that we all need to be aware of to have a clear understanding of what to do if we have an abscess as well as how to avoid ever having a tooth abscess. Anyone who has ever had an Read more…

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Is Stress the Primary Cause of Gum Disease?
added on: April 18, 2022

This week we’d like to step back and take a broad view to find what may be the primary undermining factor that keeps each of us from living our fullest life possible with an optimized immune expression. After all, without an immune system humming along in good rhythm, chronic infections like gum disease can continue Read more…

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Can Brushing After a Meal Damage My Teeth?
added on: March 31, 2022

At some point in the journey each of us takes toward optimal oral health, we wake up to realize that we have to take better care of our teeth and gums. Unfortunately, at this point, most of us simply increase what we are doing, assuming for example, “I must not be brushing my teeth enough”. Read more…

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Is Your Cell Phone Causing Your Teeth to Decay? (and how to stop it)
added on: March 21, 2022

Have you ever been using your cell phone and felt/heard a weird sort of buzzing/whining sound? I have and it freaked me out. I felt a high-pitched stinging feeling in my ear. Having this first-hand experience has caused me to take a closer look at what impact cell phones could have on our oral and Read more…

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What should you do if you despise flossing?
added on: March 2, 2022

We’ve been talking a lot recently about the importance of flossing, not only for our oral health but for whole-body health as well. We also recently discussed a detailed analysis of what are the best flosses on the market as well as why we are not fans of flosser picks. However, there are some circumstances Read more…

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Electric vs manual brushing, which is better?
added on: February 15, 2022
Electric vs manual brushing, which is better?

We are honored to have been asked to contribute to an expert roundup regarding whether electric or manual toothbrushes are better for maintaining oral health. In our opinion, the question, ‘which is better, electric or manual brushes?’ is a little too narrow, so it’s missing some important considerations. Let’s expand this a bit and give Read more…

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There may be life in your old toothbrush yet: 10 amazing uses for your old toothbrush
added on: January 31, 2022
There may be life in your old toothbrush yet: 10 amazing uses for your old toothbrush

How many toothbrushes do you think you have thrown away during your life? We are advised to change our toothbrush every three months, so in theory by the time somebody is 30 they will have already binned around 120 toothbrushes. Research shows that 80% of us choose to repurpose our toothbrushes, so here are the Read more…

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Oral health habits for life: five out and five in
added on: January 14, 2022
Oral health habits for life: five out and five in

If you think about your health, no matter whether you talk about your oral health, your diet, or general fitness, it does all come down to habitual behavior, whether good or bad. Many people out there might have bad habits but perhaps aren’t aware that they could have an impact on their oral health. So, Read more…

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Medications and Oral Health
added on: December 31, 2021
Medications and Oral Health

Many medications—both those prescribed by your doctor and the ones you buy on your own—affect your oral health. A common side effect of medications is dry mouth. Saliva helps keep food from collecting around your teeth and neutralizes the acids produced by plaque. These acids have the potential to harm the hard surfaces of your Read more…

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