3 Benefits of Chewing Sugar-Free Gum That You May not Have Known About

| 12/08/14

Most people grab a piece of gum after a meal, to curb a craving, or just to fight boredom. The type of gum that you choose can have huge benefits (or risks) when it comes to your teeth. Gum that contains sugar can cause cavities to develop deep within the

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3 Lunch Foods that Can Keep your Smile Healthy

| 10/07/14

When it comes to having healthy teeth, it’s often the little things that make a big difference. Did you know that your choices at lunch can have long-term effects? If you’re looking for small, easy ways to maintain your oral health you can start by brainstorming some new healthy lunchtime

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3 Factors to Consider When Buying Toothpaste

| 08/10/13

Toothpaste is something that we use every single day, multiple times a day. When you really think about it, selecting the right toothpaste can tremendously affect your teeth and oral health. With so many brands and selections to choose from, how does a person go about picking the right toothpaste?

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3 Ways You Can Alleviate Tooth Pain at Home

| 19/08/13

It seems that toothaches always strike at the worst possible times. When you’re on a trip, at home late at night, or enjoying a weekend with your family, the last thing you want is to be knocked down by dental pain. We always emphasize to our patients that the best

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4 Things to Do in the Event of a Dental Emergency

| 27/06/13

You, a couple of movies, and a bag of microwave popcorn. Sounds like a perfect night, doesn’t it? It does, until an errant kernel cracks one of your teeth. Unfortunately, that’s often how dental emergencies occur – from small habits such as chewing on ice, hard candy, or popcorn. As

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How to Interpret a Mouthwash Label to Choose the Right One for You

| 25/06/13

There are dozens of different types of mouthwash on the market and it can be difficult to determine the right option that will best meet your needs. Mouthwashes can help inhibit plaque buildup, prevent or control tooth decay, treat or reduce gingivitis, and work to slow down plaque hardening into

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Powered Toothbrushes – Why You Should Make the Switch from Manual Toothbrushes

| 22/05/13

Are you still thinking about making the switch from a manual toothbrush to a powered one? While the initial investment is certainly something to consider, they can be powerful tools in your efforts to maintain healthy and strong teeth and gums. There is a pretty broad range in models and

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