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Posts From November, 2013

Flossing Correctly Is As Important As Flossing Daily

Flossing Correctly Is As Important As Flossing Daily

YOU ALREADY KNOW THAT NEGLECTING TO FLOSS can lead to all kinds of oral health problems—including tooth decay and periodontal disease. But what most people don’t know (or don’t think about) are the correct and incorrect techniques associated with flossing. They’re not complicated and they’re important to know. We hope this helps! Yes, Ned Is… Read More »


3 Dental Tips If You Have A Cold Or The Flu

3 Dental Tips If You Have A Cold Or The Flu

WHEN THE COLD AND FLU SEASON STRIKES your teeth are probably the last thing you’re thinking about as you reach for another tissue! But there ARE some things related to that cold or flu that can affect your oral health. Be conscious of these three things: Tip 1: Avoid Dry Mouth By Staying Hydrated Dry mouth… Read More »


Six Awesome, Surprising Toothpaste Uses

Six Awesome, Surprising Toothpaste Uses

WE USE IT DAILY TO CLEAN OUR TEETH and freshen our breath, but did you know there are many other everyday uses for toothpaste? Here are a few: Cleaning, Polishing, And Removing Stains A little toothpaste can help remove stains from clothes and carpet, crayon from walls, scuffs from shoes, and soap scum from the shower.… Read More »


The Connection Between Gum Disease And Dementia

The Connection Between Gum Disease And Dementia

NEARLY ALL OF US EXPERIENCE bleeding gums at some point in our lives. But don’t assume it’s no big deal. Gum disease can have serious consequences including pain, chronic bleeding and tooth loss. It has also been linked to a number of total body health conditions including Alzheimer’s. Skipping The Floss Can Increase Dementia Risk A recent study… Read More »


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