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5 Tips For Keeping Your Tooth Enamel Healthy

You know what people say: "Protect your tooth enamel, and it will protect your teeth." Then again, maybe you've never heard anyone say that—but it's still true. Super strong Read More

3 Reasons to Schedule Regular Dental Hygiene Visits

It's a common fantasy to imagine you're the main squeeze of one of the world's most desirable humans, but it was real life for Priscilla Wagner Beaulieu. In the Read More

Keep the Implants Supporting Your Bridge Clean of Dental Plaque

Dental implants have revolutionized restorative dentistry. Not only are they the top choice for individual tooth replacement, implants also improve upon traditional dental work. Dental bridges are a case in Read More

Take Care of Your Gums - And Your Gums Will Take Care of Your Teeth!

Even masterpiece paintings need an appropriate frame. Likewise, our gums help bring out our teeth's beauty. But gums are more than enhancements for our smile appearance—they're also critical to good Read More

Managing Oral Health Is an Important Priority for HIV-AID Patients

Forty years have passed since the first reported case of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), and it and the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes it are still with Read More

Listen to Ellen DeGeneres: Don't Think You Can Get Away Without Flossing!

This year's Carol Burnett Award, presented at the Golden Globes, goes to Ellen DeGeneres for her “outstanding contributions to the television medium on or off the screen.” This is Read More

Use This Product to Check Your Brushing and Flossing Effectiveness

So…you faithfully brush and floss your teeth every day. Kudos to you! Along with regular dental visits, daily hygiene is the best thing you can do to keep your Read More

3 Ways Your Dental Hygienist Improves Your Oral Health

You may think an office cleaning is mainly cosmetic — giving your teeth that polished look and you that pleasant, “squeaky clean” feeling. But your dental hygienist is doing Read More

Help Your Child Develop Good Oral Habits and Avoid Bad Ones

We all have habits: things we do every day often without consciously thinking. Some of them are good; some not so much. And many of them took root in Read More

Speaking of Wellness: Enjoying Great Oral Health for a Lifetime

August is National Wellness Month. Since part of staying in good overall health is taking care of your dental health, it's a good time to look at ways you Read More

Beyond Brushing and Flossing: Consider Other Risk Factors for Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a primary cause of tooth damage and loss, with annual treatment costs in the billions of dollars. It arises mainly from oral bacteria, which proliferates in Read More

Test You're Brushing and Flossing Success with a Plaque Disclosing Agent

Brushing and flossing your teeth provides a lot of benefits, including a brighter smile and fresher breath. But the primary benefit—and ultimate goal—is removing dental plaque. This biofilm of Read More

Stay Hydrated in Winter for Better Year-Round Oral Hygiene

Whether you live in the snow belt or the sunny south, the winter season often means a change in the weather. In many places, the sun isn't as strong Read More

4 Things You Should be Doing to Maintain a Healthy Mouth

Regular dental visits are an important part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums. But it’s what goes on between those visits — daily hygiene and care — that are Read More

Stay Ahead of Plaque Buildup with Effective Brushing and Flossing

The vast majority of teeth and gum problems stem from two dental diseases: dental caries (tooth decay) and periodontal (gum) disease. But although these dental diseases are all too Read More

Any Time, Any Place: Cam Newton's Guide to Flossing

When is the best time to floss your teeth: Morning? Bedtime? How about: whenever and wherever the moment feels right? For Cam Newton, award-winning NFL quarterback for the Carolina Panthers, Read More

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