Vitamins And Minerals – Friends Of Our Teeth


Our oral health is directly impacted by our diet and a balanced diet, comprising the right amount of vitamins and minerals, helps in the development and maintenance of the oral cavity and craniofacial regions. Vitamins and minerals are crucial to preserving the health of the mouth cavity and controlling physiological functions. Calcium Calcium, a mineral, is a […]

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How Should You Brush Your Teeth?

Brush Your Teeth

Brush your teeth is something we all should do twice every single day. Or least should be doing. But, according to experts, many of us have actually been doing it completely wrong. With more people than ever skipping their routine dental checkups over the past few years due to COVID, it […]

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Do Babies Get Tooth Decay?


Tooth decay (dental caries) is one of the most common chronic childhood diseases in the United States. The good news is there are ways to prevent it. Even the tiniest teeth can decay. There are habits you can start now to keep your baby’s teeth healthy. And when that first […]

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What’s The Right Way Of Brushing Your Teeth?


Getting your teeth cleaned professionally feels like a dental health reset. Your teeth get scrubbed, scraped, and polished to perfection. Whether they stay that way is up to you. What happens at home can be very different from what happens at the dentist’s office. But don’t grit your teeth over […]

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You Shouldn’t Rinse Your Teeth With Water After Brushing

Rinsing your teeth with water after brushing

Rinsing your teeth with water after brushing is a step you can start skipping for good I used to rinse thoroughly after brushing my teeth to remove any remnants of toothpaste left in my mouth. That is until I found out from a dentist’s TikTok video that it isn’t the […]

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How Often Should I See My Dentist? The 3 Tips For Good Oral Hygiene

Good Oral Hygiene

Nailing good foundations for good oral hygiene can help to eliminate issues before they get a chance to arise. How often should I see my dentist? The rate at which you should pay a visit to your dental practice can vary somewhat depending on your risk level for tooth decay […]

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Children’s Oral Health Preventing Cavities


Cavities (also known as caries or tooth decay) are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the United States. Left untreated can cause pain and infections that may lead to problems with eating, speaking, playing, and learning. Children who have poor oral health often miss more school […]

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