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Cheek Biting: Why you bite your cheeks and how to prevent it

Cheek Biting: Why you bite your cheeks and how to prevent it

by Stephanie Meadows
Cheek biting is actually a thing! For some, their cheek biting occurs randomly, often from trying to “multitask” (think chewing gum and talking at the same time) or eating food too quickly.

What are the White Spots on My Teeth?

What are the White Spots on My Teeth?

by Stephanie Meadows
Maintaining gleaming white teeth no longer just indicates good dental hygiene, it’s become a fashion statement. Whether you achieve your pearly whites through bleaching sessions with your dental hygienist or by using overnight bleaching trays, home whitening products, or toothpaste with whiteners, brightening your smile has become as desired as flawless skin and shiny hair.

Causes of A Tooth Gap: Diastema Facts

Causes of A Tooth Gap: Diastema Facts

by Stephanie Meadows
Diastema means a gap between teeth; often the gap appears between your two front upper teeth. There can be genetic or medical reasons for diastema to occur, meaning it can run in the family, or you may have certain conditions that make it more likely. Often, there’s no need for treatment, so if you don’t mind the gap, that’s okay. If diastema is an issue for you, there are many treatments available that can eliminate or minimize it.

How to Keep Your Tooth Enamel Strong

How to Keep Your Tooth Enamel Strong

by Stephanie Meadows
White teeth – everyone wants them or wants to maintain them. Did you know that what keeps our teeth white is a protective coating called enamel? Enamel is the thin transparent outer layer, a coating covering over your teeth, that acts as an armor of sorts, to protect the teeth from daily wear and tear, and from staining and bacteria that can build up into plaque and tartar, a threat to the health and longevity of teeth.

Is Chewing Gum Harmful for Your Teeth?

Is Chewing Gum Harmful for Your Teeth?

by Stephanie Meadows
Your teacher may have scolded you about chewing gum when your were a kid, but as far as your teeth go, chewing gum may actually be good for them.