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  • Look Out for Your Teeth: Don’t Wait until it’s Too Late!

    Look Out for Your Teeth: Don’t Wait until it’s Too Late!

    Teeth are made from the toughest substance in the human body- enamel. Albeit this, many people suffer specifically from teeth problems rather than bone problems. This is because our teeth get the first dose of all the food that enters our body. We never really think about w

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  • Fluoride Helps Prevent Tooth Decay

    Fluoride Helps Prevent Tooth Decay

    Fluoride plays an important role in the well-being of your teeth. Knowing the benefits of fluoride will help you know more about plaque and how you can prevent cavities from forming in your teeth. Your tooth enamel is hard but it is porous at the same time. Plaque that buil

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  • Caring for Teeth with Braces

    Caring for Teeth with Braces

    Teens often get braces to correct crooked or overcrowded teeth. There are many benefits of having braces – a better smile, straight teeth, boost in confidence, better dental function and better health. However, there are many things you should do to maintain braces if you

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  • Getting to the Root of Bad Breath

    Getting to the Root of Bad Breath

    One in four people battle with bad breath. They constantly chew on gum or pop mints into their mouth to mask their bad breath. Although these things can mask the problem, it is a good idea to know what is causing it in the first place.

    Most cases of bad breath or ha

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  • Increase the Wattage of your Smile

    Increase the Wattage of your Smile

    It is said that a person who smiles a lot looks younger automatically. At the same time, if a smile shows off yellow and damaged teeth, their smile has the opposite effect! Here are some tricks and fixes to always have a high wattage smile at your disposal.

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  • Giving Your Toothbrush some TLC

    Giving Your Toothbrush some TLC

    We all know that keeping our teeth, tongue and gums healthy by brushing is essential to our oral health. Many people however, pay little attention to giving their toothbrushes the much needed TLC they need.

    According to top professors of periodontology, our oral cav

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