Dry Mouth Explained

Dry Mouth Explained

Have you ever experienced difficulties in tasting, chewing, swallowing, and speaking? Ever noticed your saliva seems thick, or there are sores or split skin at the corners of your mouth? Then you may be experiencing a condition called xerostomia or dry mouth.

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Gum Disease: What You Need To Know

Gum Disease: What You Need To Know

Gum disease, or periodontal disease is not an enjoyable experience! If you want to avoid gum disease, or if you already have it and want to fight it, read this article.

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Your Tongue’s Dirty Little Secret

Your Tongue’s Dirty Little Secret

While you may know that the bacteria in your mouth is the cause of 90 percent of bad breath, you may not realize the majority of smell-generating bacteria are sitting on the back of your tongue.

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Good oral care means a regular brushing and dental flossing

Good oral care means a regular brushing and dental flossing

Face it, as we age, our teeth become worn and dull. One way to limit the dull look is to take control and develop a consistent oral hygene regimen. This effort should include brushing your teeth regularly with a quality, soft bristle toothbrush and the use of dental floss. Nothing else can do more for your overall outlook than a healthy and clean mouth.

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The Tooth Nemesis: Sugar

The Tooth Nemesis: Sugar

Perhaps everybody has gone through a stage in their childhood when they would constantly hear their elders warning them about the evils of eating too much sugary sweets and candies. And those warnings are true indeed; eating sugary sweets and candies is a major cause of tooth decay.

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How To Achieve Dazzling Pearly Whites

How To Achieve Dazzling Pearly Whites

Most people nowadays are getting attracted to tooth whitening products because they want to have a million dollar smile just like the celebrities seen on television.

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Natural Ways To Avoid Teeth Discoloration

Natural Ways To Avoid Teeth Discoloration

Everyone wants to keep their teeth pearly white. The only problem is that it can be hard to do. With all the different things we eat, teeth discoloration can be normal. The good news is that there are some things that you can do to help keep your pearly whites shiny and bright naturally.

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What Goes Through Your Mouth Has Strong Impact On Your Teeth

What Goes Through Your Mouth Has Strong Impact On Your Teeth

Many of us just don’t know the effects of different foods that we take in our body, especially the effects it has on our teeth. For example, the longer food stays in your mouth, the more of a risk it has on your teeth. Eating chips, pasta and noodles frequently may be harsh on our teeth because of the carbohydrates that are being reprocessed. When eating leftover foods, it can also cause harm on your teeth because of the bacteria that is present in the food. It can produce acid that will cause tooth decay. Eating foods that are chewable and sticky, can also be a cause for tooth breakdown. However, one of the biggest causes for tooth decay comes from the carbonated soft drinks. The sugar tends to cover the teeth, which causes the decaying of teeth much quicker.

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Fear Of The Dentist, Or Fear Of What Might Happen?

Fear Of The Dentist, Or Fear Of What Might Happen?

Dentophobia, or fear of the dentist, isn’t as uncommon as most people might think. One bad experience can create a horrific fantasy in the mind of a person who is scheduled, or should be scheduled, to go to a dentist. With this fear of the dentist, a person’s dental health can create some major problems to the overall health of the patient.

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Protect Your Children’s Teeth

Protect Your Children’s Teeth

As a parent you have many responsibilities. You are responsible for providing your children with an education, food, shelter, clothing and making sure that they remain safe. The list of your duties goes on and on. With all that you have to do, you may not be able to pay enough attention to protecting your child’s teeth. It is however an extremely important duty. Protecting your child’s teeth now will help them for the rest of their life and could save you thousands of dollars in future dental bills. Here are a few tips to help you maintain your child’s dental health.

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