Worst Drinks for Teeth

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Everyone knows that sugar is bad for your teeth, but acidic foods can cause just as many problems. This is because the acid in food and drinks, such as orange juice, temporarily softens the enamel. After you eat, it can … Continued

Green Tea For Healthy Teeth And Gums

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Green tea’s ability to help reduce symptoms of periodontal disease may be due to the presence of the antioxidant catechin. Previous research has demonstrated antioxidants’ ability to reduce inflammation in the body, and the indicators of periodontal disease measured in … Continued

Practice flossing with your eyes shut

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Flossing teeth is necessary after eating. It helps you remove stuck food in between your teeth which is very uncomfortable if not removed. Make sure to carry around floss in your bag, your car, your desk, or even in your pocket. … Continued

Cleaning Your Tongue For Fresh Breath

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Did you know that your tongue’s surface is the main breeding ground for harmful bacteria? These are the same bacteria that attack your teeth and gums causing tooth cavities and periodontal disease.  Bacteria  give off toxins in your mouth that in turn produce … Continued

Marijuana can be harmful to your teeth

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marijuana won’t have as dramatic, serious effects on your teeth as a drug like methamphetamines, it can still mean bad news for your oral health. Similar to smoking tobacco, regular marijuana smoking can cause gum disease and other dental health … Continued

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