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Holiday Gifts to Bolster Your Loved Ones’ Oral Health

Holiday Gifts to Bolster Your Loved Ones' Oral Health

 

The holiday season is all about family, and of course, gifting. If you’re looking for a gift that your loved one is likely to actually use and benefit from, consider one that will bolster his or her oral health.…

Some Thanksgiving Foods are Good for Your Teeth – Others…Aren’t

Some Thanksgiving Foods are Good for Your Teeth - Others...Aren’t

 

Finally, fall is here. That means warm sweaters, pumpkin-flavored lattes, and of course, Thanksgiving. There’s nothing quite like gathering around the table with friends and family, indulging in the best the season has to offer.…

Why Your Mouth May Hurt After Teeth Whitening – And What You Can Do

Why Your Mouth May Hurt After Teeth Whitening - And What You Can Do

Teeth whitening procedures are relatively painless and give you a brighter, more attractive smile. These days, you don’t even have to visit the dentist to get a whiter smile. At-home kits are readily available at your local supermarket.…

Suffering from Dry Mouth May Have to Do with Your Age

 

The aging process causes the body to go through a lot of change. One area where those changes are evident, but not really thought about, is a person’s oral health.

 

Although it is not considered to be a normal part of aging, older adults are the demographic most likely to develop dry mouth conditions.…

Did You Know You Can Actually Reverse Cavities By Changing Your Diet?

Did You Know You Can Actually Reverse Cavities By Changing Your Diet?

You probably know – at least to some degree – that the foods you eat can affect the state of your gums and teeth. How often you eat them also plays a role. Have too many servings of sugary treats, for example, and you’re more likely to experience tooth decay.…