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The Different Kinds of Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

The Different Kinds of Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

by Douglas L (SU)
Looking to improve the appearance of your teeth and smile? Let’s talk about the types of cosmetic dentistry treatments which are available to do just that.

Are Charcoal Toothpastes All They are Cracked Up to Be?

Are Charcoal Toothpastes All They are Cracked Up to Be?

by Yenny (SU)
Throughout history, charcoal has been used to mitigate the effects of poison or drug overdoses and used as a wound salve thanks to its ability to grab and absorb impurities. Now “activated” charcoal can be found in shampoos, supplements, facemasks and even toothpaste.

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.

What are the White Spots on My Teeth?

What are the White Spots on My Teeth?

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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.

How to Keep Your Tooth Enamel Strong

How to Keep Your Tooth Enamel Strong

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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.