Minerals and Trace Minerals- Your Key to Naturally Strong Teeth and Gums

Most patients are shocked to learn that up to 5% of their body weight is composed of minerals like calcium, phosphorous, and potassium (i). Along with vitamins and other nutrients, minerals are essential in helping us look and feel our absolute best. When we don’t get a healthy amount of minerals each day, it becomes…

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Whiter Teeth Every day plaque builds up on your teeth, which eventually leads to the buildup of tartar and discolored teeth. But regular brushing and flossing remove this plaque before it hardens and turns to tarter. This means that brushing properly can keep your smile bright and white! Better Breath Everyone hates halitosis, otherwise known…

Strengthen Tooth Enamel

In the war against tooth decay and cavities, the enamel which covers our teeth is the first line of defense. Enamel is the part of the tooth you can see; a hard, resilient substance that covers the crown of the tooth. Comprised of hydroxyapatite, phosphorous, and calcium, tooth enamel is stronger than bone and protects…

Research Links Obesity with Oral Health

Even for people who take good care of their teeth and gums, flossing can be the weak link in the oral hygiene chain. It can be all too easy after you’ve brushed your teeth to just move on with the rest of your day or head off to sleep. But if you skip flossing either…

The Ultimate Guide to Oral Health

We’ve been lectured about daily brushing and flossing since grade school. Oral health is a key factor in maintaining overall wellness. Long-term good hygiene habits keep pearly white sparkling, bad breath in check, and prevent more painful issues from surfacing in the first place. 5 Healthy Teeth Habits Floss Before Brushing Flossing is important to…

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Did you know, the average American spends about 38 days brushing teeth over his or her lifetime. Let’s take a look at 5 more unusual facts about teeth: Visiting the dentist at least twice a year is imperative for dental health. We buy 18 yards of dental floss a year. We should buy 122 yards….

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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Spearheaded by the American Dental Association, “this month-long national health observance brings together thousands of dedicated dental professionals, healthcare providers, and educators to promote the benefits of good oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers, and many others.” Tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health issues are…

This Valentine’s Day, Love the Gums You’re With

Valentines Day often means candy, and candy can be bad for our dental health. If you and your children indulge in sugary treats, do so wisely, with moderation, and be sure to brush and floss afterward. Valentines Day is a good time to teach your kids about good oral hygiene and healthy diet choices. Having…

Obesity Linked to Oral Health Problems

Obesity is an epidemic in this country, one with profound consequences to our national health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third (36.5%) of U.S. adults have obesity, and obesity is linked to many of the leading causes of preventable death, including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain…

Ginger for Toothache Relief

Your local grocery store contains a wide range of remedies for almost any minor problem that ails you and products which help promote good health. This includes products which address oral health issues. But not all of those remedies and products are found in the pharmacy or dental care section. The produce department is full…

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