Topic: teeth

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Choosing the Right Toothpaste, Toothbrush and Mouth Rinse

Shopping in the oral health aisle can be overwhelming. How do you know which toothpaste, toothbrush or mouth rinse to purchase? Ask your dental office for suggestions and review these guidelines from WebMD. Toothpaste ADA seal – Look for toothpaste labeled with the American Dental Association (ADA) seal, which means it has met specific criteria … Read Full Article

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Rewards for Good Dental Health!

Many Americans take excellent care of their teeth and gums. They visit the dentist once or twice a year for exams and cleanings. But often they don’t use a lot of their annual maximum benefit. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a reward for good oral health?

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Dairy Products Promote Healthy Teeth and Gums

Our everyday activities keep us so busy that it’s easy to forget to consume the dairy products your body needs. Take time to invest in yourself. Dairy products are vital to keeping your teeth and gums healthy and your body working efficiently.

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6 Things to Avoid for Healthy Teeth

Your smile can give a wonderful first impression. That’s why it’s important to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Review six things that can ruin your smile, as provided by Health. 1. Tobacco – Smoking cigarettes can yellow teeth, experts report. Tar from tobacco products leaves a sticky film on teeth that can collect bacteria, … Read Full Article

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Avoid 6 Common Dental Health Mistakes

You want to keep your teeth healthy, but it’s easy to make mistakes with your dental health that you may later regret. Review six of 20 common dental errors: Storing toothbrushes – Use a soft-bristled brush to thoroughly clean your teeth, gums and tongue. Rinse the brush with cool water and stand it upright in a container to air … Read Full Article

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Health Problems Visible to Your Dentist

You know that good oral health requires regular dental appointments for checkups and professional cleanings each year. But you may not know that during the exam your dentist may see signs of diseases, neglect and lifestyle habits. Review seven of the 12 health tips featured in Prevention magazine: Acid damage – Etched enamel on the … Read Full Article

3 Ways Sports and Energy Drinks May Harm Teeth

Many people think choosing an energy or sports drink is a healthier alternative to a sweetened beverage. But these drinks do contain sugar, which can harm your oral health. Here are three concerns:

5 Reasons to Take Care of Your Teeth

“You don’t have to floss all your teeth. Just the ones you want to keep.” This popular phrase, posted in many dental offices, takes a humorous approach to preventive dental care. Although daily tooth brushing and flossing require a little time, once the habits are developed the benefits of healthy teeth and gums are significant.