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Teeth Whitening: Facts vs Fiction

Teeth Whitening: Facts vs Fiction

by Yenny (SU)
Teeth whitening is hugely popular, all around the world. You can tell by all the toothpastes, whitening products, and devices lining store aisle shelves. While there are many do-it-yourself methods – such as over-the-counter whitening strips, charcoal whitening powder, and LED teeth whitening – most are not recommended by dentists.

When Should I Go See a Dentist?

When Should I Go See a Dentist?

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You have probably heard the joke, what’s the best time to go to the dentist, “tooth hurt-y.” Well, all joking aside, you should not wait until you have tooth pain to make a dental appointment.

Strong Tooth Enamel Can Fight off Tooth Decay

Strong Tooth Enamel Can Fight off Tooth Decay

by Yenny (SU)
Wax protects the paint on cars, raincoats protect us from dreary days, and tooth enamel – that elusive material we hear so much about at dental visits, plays a vital role in protecting our teeth from decay.

Wiggle Room: Why Your Teeth Feel Loose & What You Can Do About It

Wiggle Room: Why Your Teeth Feel Loose & What You Can Do About It

by Yenny (SU)
According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Periodontal Disease is the leading cause of loose, and shifting teeth. Periodontitis is no laughing matter. In addition to degrading the gums, this serious infection – which affects 3 million people every year – also targets the ligaments and bone that support the teeth. It can leave you highly susceptible to shifting, damage, and eventual tooth loss.

Oral Health & Bone Disease: Are They Related?

Oral Health & Bone Disease: Are They Related?

by Yenny (SU)
People say the eyes are the window to the soul. In actuality – it’s actually the mouth that says so much more about a person’s state of being. The mouth is the gateway to your overall health and is very indicative of problems that will affect your well-being in the future.