Monthly Archives: May 2010

Taking Care of Your Teeth Can Help You Look Younger

People across the country and around the world spend thousands of dollars on cosmetic procedures designed to turn back the clock of time. Age-defying products are a multi-billion dollar industry. Plastic surgeons live comfortable lifestyles with a steady stream of income from a variety of surgeries that tuck and nip and suck and slim. But…Read More

Your Teeth Are What You Eat

Many people spend hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on products and cosmetic procedures designed to brighten and whiten their teeth. Vitamins C and D, as well as calcium, are important parts of a balanced and healthy diet. These vitamins and minerals help the body create the building blocks necessary for strong teeth and healthy…Read More

Can a Mouth Wash Reduce Plaque?

Recently, the FDA has cracked down on several mouthwash companies for making false claims in their advertising campaigns. It is common and expected to hear mouthwash brands claim that they can reduce plaque, prevent gum disease, and promote healthy gums, but the FDA says these benefits have never been demonstrated in clinical trial. As such,…Read More

Salmon May Be Good for Your Gums as Well as Your Heart

It has long been recognized that the polyunsaturated fatty acids found in foods such as salmon and nuts are beneficial for the heart and vascular system. However, new studies are showing that they may also help prevent periodontitis, a common type of gum disease. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston recently found that people…Read More

De Sensitizing Sensitive teeth

Many people are surprised at just how sensitive teeth can be. Whether it’s a bite of your favorite ice cream flavor or a sip of that deliciously hot morning coffee, some folks can’t enjoy life’s culinary pleasures without wincing in pain. The primary culprit of tooth sensitivity is a little villain called dentin, which may…Read More

What is a Canker Sore?

Canker sore is a common term used to describe aphthous ulcers inside the oral cavity. They are usually small, shallow, open sores that are extremely sensitive to acidic or salty food and drink. Canker sores are relatively common, but many people that get them often don’t know what to do about them. Instead, they have…Read More

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