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The Vegan Equivalent To Oil Pulling That Your Dentist Doesn’t Know About

Aug 19 2017 - 6:23pm
Coconut butter, vegan, oil pulling, gum health

Coconut oil is vegan but you don’t have to be a vegan to use it. The incredible edible coconut is so versatile and has many uses. One of these uses is better than oil pulling with greater benefits in less than a fraction of the time.

There are many uses for coconut oil. One popular way to use it is for oil pulling. When oil pulling hit the internet it took off like a rocket.

Home Remedies For Bleeding Gums During Pregnancy And Beyond

Jun 23 2017 - 11:35pm
bleeding gums GERD Silent Reflux

Home remedies for bleeding gums during pregnancy and after birth go far beyond oral care since drinking coffee, poor diet and gut health lead to GERD and silent reflux, which are robbing your gum health while you sleep. GERD or Gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a very common disorder characterized by chronic heartburn, but a less common symptom, such as silent reflux, is associated with the condition.

5 homemade mouthwash recipes to improve oral and dental health

Jun 21 2017 - 10:13pm
5 homemade mouthwash recipes to improve oral and dental health

According to the CDC half of American adults have periodontal disease. The Oral health Foundation says that, preventive care and oral hygiene are the key to improve oral and dental health. So, these homemade mouthwash recipes to improve oral and dental health will do just that.

The 5 homemade mouthwash recipes to improve oral and dental health must include natural products that are easy to find, and have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory capacities.

Sage is effective in improving oral and dental health, reveal studies

Jun 20 2017 - 10:12pm
Sage is effective in improving oral and dental health, reveal studies

Keeping your mouth and teeth clean is not important only for appearance sake, but it also paramount, because poor oral hygiene will lead to bacterial breading, which can travel through the bloodstream and cause a heart attack, according to the Oral Health Foundation. So, is there an effective natural way to improve oral and dental health? Scientists say there is, as sage plants are effective in improving oral and dental health.

Scientists found that Sage, scientifically know as salvia, the largest genus of plants, is effective in improving oral and dental health because of its antibacterial and anti – inflammatory

Electric vs. Manual - Which Toothbrush Is Right For You?

Mar 31 2017 - 6:29pm
electric vs manual toothbrush

The evolution of the toothbrush has come a long way since the use of boar bristles and horse hair, with nylon bristles and plastic handles becoming a standard in the late 1930s. Yet, the basic design of the manual toothbrush has remained a constant, still proving itself to be an effective tool today.

Options for tooth brushing were somewhat scarce in the early twentieth century, but the 1960’s brought a new invention - the electric toothbrush.

Want to Get a Cleaning on the Go? You Might Just Be in Luck – Dental Mobile Clinics Might Be the Next Thing in Dental Care!

Mar 12 2017 - 5:15am
dental care, oral care, dental clinic, dentist

There may be a new movement where dentists will start going mobile! At least that's what one dental group is doing now. Hopefully they'll start a trend that ends up with you being able to get a quick cleaning the same way you can get fast food at a drive-thru.

The good dentists and dentists-to-be from Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of the University of Southern California set up one of th

Teeth Brushing vs. Flossing - When To Brush and When To Floss

Mar 8 2017 - 11:32am
Tooth brushing vs tooth flossing

We have all been told by our dentists to brush and floss our teeth twice daily. However, it's easy to convince ourselves that flossing isn't necessary and brushing alone is sufficient. To floss or not to floss seems to always be the question! Is it really as beneficial as brushing? Which is better for our oral health?

To settle teeth brushing vs teeth flossing dispute, Dr.

Get rid of white spots on your teeth with diet

Feb 26 2017 - 5:04pm
getting rid of white spots on teeth with diet

White spots on the teeth are an indication of loss of mineral content from the surface of your teeth also known as enamel. But in order to get rid of white spots on teeth naturally, there are two main things that must be understood:

• Nutritional intake from diet plays a huge role on dental diseases and general oral health, as explained in manystudies.

Do You Need Braces? Here's What Braces Do and How They Might Be Able to Help You

Jan 19 2017 - 12:37am

You've seen children wearing braces and probably assumed it's because they have slightly misaligned teeth. But you're not a child, and there are some things you're unhappy about your teeth – did you know you can still get braces?

According to Harvard, perfect teeth are lined up like piano keys.

Why Jamie Foxx Was Forced to See the Dentist After a Film Shoot and How You Can Avoid His Dental Condition

Jan 13 2017 - 12:41pm
dental care

In recent news, Jamie Foxx was forced to see the dentist after performing a stunt on the new TV show, “Sleepless.” Getting cracked teeth isn't limited to doing cinematic stunts. Here's what dentists want you to know.

While filming the TV show “Sleepless,” Jamie Foxx had to go see the dentist after a botched stunt whe

Why Should This Natural Oral Hygiene Gift Idea Be Important On Your Christmas Gift List

Dec 5 2016 - 5:21pm
Dr. Sharp Oral Hygiene Gifts

Millions of people will be shopping this holiday season, going to parties, decorating their homes, and even making plans for the new year that will be here before they know it. One thing most people probably won’t give much thought to, but should, is their teeth. The holiday season can be a difficult time for one’s teeth, due to the increased stress levels and overload of sweets being consumed, but it can also be a perfect time for choosing an oral hygiene renewal.

“People are focused on gifts at this time of the year,” explains Dr. Bruno Sharp, a fourth-generation dentist who created a line of products called Dr.

Don't Let Halloween Leftovers Ruin Your Children's Teeth! Here Are Four Ways to Protect Your Children's Oral Health

Nov 1 2016 - 2:37pm

Halloween is over, but your children are still at higher risk of developing cavities. Here's how you can protect their teeth and boost their oral health.

Another exhausting night of Halloween is over and you'd be happy if you'd never see another piece of candy again for a week or longer. But sadly that's far from the case.

The juice trap: 5 healthy foods that are ruining your teeth

Jun 30 2015 - 7:02pm

As more people make an effort to eat healthier, they are making juice diets, nuts and supplements more popular. However, did you know that some of these healthy favorites can be dangerous for your teeth? Many foods that contribute to overall health can turn into dental nightmares. The following five popular healthy items can harm your teeth.

1. Juice

Foods to Eat for a Happy, Healthy Mouth

Sep 24 2014 - 7:00am
Happy Healthy Mouth Food

Mouth health is one of the first things a person notices about another. Bad breath, stained teeth, and visible cavities can all make or break a mouth’s first impression on a new friend. And after a long day of work or a busy day running errands, it’s easy for the condition of your mouth to deteriorate to “dumpster” status.

Fortunately for you, and for whomever finds themselves in close proximity to your chompers, there are several food selections you can make to ensure your mouth stays clean enough to prevent bad bre

Look For This Ingredient In a Mouthwash and Avoid Oral Cancer

May 13 2014 - 3:58pm
Mouthwash and oral cancer risk

Some types of mouthwashes are directly linked to oral cancer. Yet, this dentist talks about the benefits of using a mouthwash verse a toothbrush, but also makes two strong recommendations to follow. There is a particular single ingredients he wants you to avoid at any cost when using a mouthwash.

Anti-Aging Dentistry: Instead of Botox Treat Oral Issues

May 6 2014 - 1:48pm
Anti-aging dentistry

People have been searching for the Fountain of Youth for centuries, and we’ve settled on plastic surgeries, fillers, Botox and other temporary solutions for our facial looks, instead of treating the actual cause of the signs of aging. Hollow cheeks, sagging jaw lines, wrinkles around the lips and other facial issues that make us look old, are actually an oral health issue - and one that can be fixed.

Study of Medieval dental plaque surprises researchers: What they found

Feb 24 2014 - 6:17pm
Periodontal disease bacteria same today as in Medieval times.

University of Oklahoma researchers along with an international team of scientists have discovered periodontal disease causing bacteria is much the same today as it was in Medieval times. The finding raises questions about what causes periodontal disease in the first place, given modern day dental and hygiene practices.

15 Recommendations on Brushing an Autistic Child's Teeth

Jan 9 2014 - 8:12am
Autism brushes teeth

Autistic children are just a little bit harder to work with as a parent, with brushing teeth one of the top problems on the list. Children with autism are hypersensitive, feeling things more thoroughly than the typically developing child. Tastes and smells can become too much. Meltdowns can become commonplace and severe. Parents in such a situation would become extremely frustrated themselves.