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Do You Know the Proper Way to Brush Teeth to Avoid Cavities & Gum Disease?

Just because you’ve been doing it for years doesn’t mean you’ve been doing it right! If nobody ever showed you how to properly brush your teeth, you may be missing key steps and techniques involved in the process. It may seem easy, but there are some parts that are easy to miss. Read on to […]

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Is Xylitol Good for Teeth? What About Other Artificial Sweeteners?

We often hear news about a new way to improve our health that seems to disappear from the headlines as quickly as it arrived. But one major discovery has been sticking in the dental health headlines for a while now: xylitol and its oral health benefits. But how is xylitol good for teeth? Read on […]

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Do You Have Tongue Bacteria? Learn the Warning Signs and How to Clean Your Tongue!

Your mouth is full of bacteria. You brush your teeth to keep those surfaces as clean as possible. Flossing helps remove bacteria from the gaps in-between. But what about your tongue bacteria? There’s plenty there too! Removing tongue bacteria is critical, especially when you start showing signs of illness from them! Read on to learn […]

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