Mouthwash

Do you have a bottle of mouthwash that sits on your bathroom counter only to be used once in a blue moon? We often forget or don’t think about using…

Do you use mouthwash? 52% of Americans are unaware that mouthwash holds any value in dental or health care. While mouthwash is not a necessary part of oral hygiene, it…

Brushing Teeth for Better Dental Health

Dental hygiene is very important to overall health. However, dental care is most effective when done properly. Many people do not realize that they are taking care of their teeth…

Fatty Acids Could Treat Gum Disease

Dentists often recommend that patients swish daily with mouthwash to keep the mouth fresh and kill any bacteria left over after brushing the teeth. A method originating in India, however,…

Your teeth are constructed of three layers: The enamel, dentin and roots of the tooth. The enamel is the hard outer surface of the teeth that covers the dentin. The dentin covers the roots. When the enamel of your teeth is worn away and the dentin is exposed, your teeth become sensitive to hot, cold, sweet or sour foods. There are several factors that cause the dentin on your teeth to be exposed and they are all preventable or treatable!

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