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You want to take the best possible care of your teeth for a lifetime of great oral health. Preventing tooth decay and gum disease should be on everyone’s priority list, which makes taking care of your teeth all the more important. But what does an effective daily oral health routine look like? Is brushing and …

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Many people feel their teeth receive a better cleaning when using an electric toothbrush. These toothbrushes typically require a charging station and come with a replaceable head that’s easily swapped out when needed. But how often do you need to change your electric toothbrush head? Here’s how often you should …

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Your toothbrush is one of the most important tools you use to keep your teeth clean and healthy—but what do you do when it comes to keeping your toothbrush clean and healthy? Toothbrushes do best when they are stored in optimal conditions and are replaced every few months. Keeping your toothbrush clean can help …

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Flossing should be an integral part of your oral care routine. It only needs to be done once a day, unlike brushing, and can help prevent bad bacteria from getting stuck between your teeth and causing problems. Flossing helps reach all the places in your mouth that your toothbrush can’t reach, such as the sides of …

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Mouthwash has benefits for your smile, but is it safe for your children to use? The use of mouthwash isn’t ideal for kids of all ages, although it can help prevent several oral health problems in children that are a little older. Here we discuss at what age your child can use mouthwash as well as how you can help …

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Brushing your teeth is so important to your oral health, but like most things, there’s a right and a wrong way to do it. Brushing your teeth too hard can hurt your teeth in more ways than you think. How can you know if you’re being too hard on your teeth when brushing? The following are some signs that you might …

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Brushing your teeth is an important event that should ideally happen two times every day. Although many people are consistent about brushing their teeth, few people brush everywhere they need to in their mouths. Due to the grooves of teeth and hard-to- reach back teeth, spots get missed and plaque can build up. …

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Although plaque is a pesky substance that needs to be removed regularly from teeth, it’s actually quite easy to remove. In fact, some plaque can even be removed with a cloth! When you consider this, harsh brushing doesn’t seem all that necessary for your smile. In fact, aggressive tooth brushing can harm your …

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We all know there are foods that just aren’t good for our teeth. While all foods produce some plaque, there are foods that are more damaging to your teeth than others. These include sugary or sticky foods that can cause plaque that can eventually erode tooth enamel. After eating these foods throughout the day, you …

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We all know that cleaning our teeth is good for our oral health. Brushing and flossing have not only been proven to fight cavities, but gum disease as well. More research is showing a link between oral health and total wellness, prompting people to take their oral health more seriously as heart disease, cancer, …

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