Monthly Archives: January 2019

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How Clean Is Your Toothbrush?

When you brush you teeth in the morning, you’re probably not aware of what may be lurking on the bristles of your toothbrush.

It may be contaminated with bacteria or viruses if you’ve been sick. Even if you haven’t been sick, normal healthy microorganisms can cause infections in your mouth if there is an injury […]

By |January 30th, 2019|Oral Health|Comments Off on How Clean Is Your Toothbrush?

Sugar Isn’t the Only Culprit When It Comes to Causing Cavities

What foods or drinks cause cavities? The answer from most people is simple – sugar. But while sugar is a major cause of cavities, all carbohydrates can be a cause of cavities. That’s because carbohydrates contain sugars and starches, and when these stick to your teeth, they lead to tooth decay. And a cavity is […]

By |January 24th, 2019|Oral Health, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Sugar Isn’t the Only Culprit When It Comes to Causing Cavities

Top Tips to Make Travel Less Stressful on Your Oral Health

If you travel very often, you probably know how difficult it
can be to maintain your oral health routine. But missing a week or two of your
regular routine can be tough on your teeth and gums. Eventually, those missed
days of brushing, flossing and making good oral health decisions can lead to cavities!
So here are five easy […]

By |January 17th, 2019|Oral Health|Comments Off on Top Tips to Make Travel Less Stressful on Your Oral Health

Can Chewing Gum Actually Help Prevent Tooth Decay?

Americans love chewing gum. In fact, the average American chews more than 1.8 pounds of gum a year. But is all that chewing gum wrecking the oral health of millions of Americans, leaving them to deal with a lifetime of cavities and problems with their teeth?

The answer is yes, if that gum is full of […]

By |January 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Can Chewing Gum Actually Help Prevent Tooth Decay?
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