Quick Guide on the Benefits of Fluoride in Home Dental Care Chances are, we’ve all gotten a “bad report” at the dentist with news of a cavity. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 91% of adults have gotten a cavity in their permanent teeth. But here’s the good news: it’s never
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We say it every year: “We’re not opening the Halloween candy early!” But then what happens? A sugar craving hits, and before we know it, all our favorites in the variety pack are gone. Meanwhile, the kids discover there’s candy in the house (courtesy of the wrappers we forgot to bury in the garbage) and
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From Malbec to merlot, there’s nothing like kicking back and enjoying a glass (or two) of red wine with friends. But those feel-good vibes can quickly come to an end when you smile into the mirror and realize, “Yikes! My teeth look stained!”. Rather than swearing off reds or drinking your vino through a straw
If you have sensitive teeth, using dental products specifically formulated to strengthen and soothe the enamel is a must. But what happens when you’re packing for vacation? That’s right – you end up in the dreaded travel-size aisle of the grocery store or pharmacy, where the mini toothpaste and mouthwash options are slim to none,