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You're the type that has a healthy bright smile who wants to know how to protect it and stay up to date on all the latest news in dental care. You've come to the right place. We research all of the latest in science and dental health so you don't have to. Go ahead and give into our informative articles that are sure to put a smile on your face. Enjoy!

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Best Bad Breath Toothpaste for Holiday Travels

Best Bad Breath Toothpaste for Holiday Travels

Let’s face it, you have a lot of choices when it comes to toothpastes this holiday season. Charcoal, whitening, even a toothpaste that comes in a pill. Fads come and go, which can make it hard to separate hype from what will really work to freshen your breath. Well, there’s one toothpaste that has stood

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Does Teeth Whitening Cause Tooth Sensitivity?

Does Teeth Whitening Cause Tooth Sensitivity?

A whiter, brighter smile brings with it many benefits, such as increased self-confidence, a more youthful appearance, and better first impressions. But there’s one major downside to teeth whitening, whether you use at-home strips or visit the dentist: teeth sensitivity. Does teeth whitening sensitivity mean you have to abandon ship on your smile? And, are

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9 Signs You Need to See Your Dentist

9 Signs You Need to See Your Dentist

When life gets busy (and when doesn’t it?), it can be easy to ignore the notices of “It’s been 6 months since your last dental appointment.” Yet doing this on a regular basis can add up to big problems for your smile, not to mention your bank account. Unlike other aches and pains in the

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Is Your Toothpaste Giving You Canker Sores?

Is Your Toothpaste Giving You Canker Sores?

Plagued by frequent canker sores? You’re not alone. As many as 1 in 5 people suffer from canker sores on a regular basis, and women get them twice as often as men. So what causes these small but mightily painful ulcers in the mouth? In the past, that question has been right up there with

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Gum Disease: Separating Fact from Fiction

Gum Disease: Separating Fact from Fiction

Gum disease. It can be hard to separate fact from fiction when it comes to matters of the mouth. Rather than visiting multiple websites and playing worst-case scenario (“I googled ‘bleeding gums’ and now I think I’m doomed!”) get the real-deal facts about gum disease right here. And, of course, make an appointment with your dentist.

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Oral Care After Chemo: What You Need to Know

Oral Care After Chemo: What You Need to Know

From mouth sores to bad breath, the side effects of chemotherapy can be really hard on people’s smiles. That’s because, while fighting cancer cells, chemotherapy damages healthy cells in the mouth and reduces the body’s ability to fight bacteria, fungi and viruses. Additionally, chemotherapy thins the lining inside the mouth, increasing the chance of infection.

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7 Simple Home Remedies for Dry Mouth

7 Simple Home Remedies for Dry Mouth

7 Simple Home Remedies for Dry Mouth  If you suffer from dry mouth – which is simply a lack of saliva – then you know how bad it can be. Dry mouth can be painful, making it hard to chew and swallow. It can be embarrassing … affecting our speech and breath. It can give

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Why Alcohol in Mouthwash May Be Even Worse Than We Thought …

Why Alcohol in Mouthwash May Be Even Worse Than We Thought …

Alcohol in mouthwash: should we just say no? We all want fresh breath and healthier gums, but turns out, the best mouthwash for the job isn’t that bright-colored bottle with the high alcohol content. In fact, these mouthwashes could actually be working AGAINST our smiles. It’s true. Keep reading to learn why alcohol in mouthwash

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