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Do you brush your tongue after you clean your teeth? If you don't, you may increase your risk of tooth decay and bad breath. Regular tongue brushing or scraping is a simple way to keep your smile ...View Article
Daily flossing is an excellent way to prevent gum disease and tooth decay, but it wasn't always so easy to find flossing material. Although every drugstore now features a large selection of floss ...View Article
Your teeth may be tough, but they're not indestructible. Habits that may seem harmless - like chewing on ice - can damage your smile and lead to extensive dental work. Keep your dentist happy by f ...View Article
Your mouth contains a very efficient food processing system. Every time you take a bite of an apple, your teeth work together to tear, grind and crush the fruit. Each type of tooth performs an imp ...View Article
Have you noticed that your toothbrush looks a little pink after your brush your teeth? That pinkish hue is a common sign of bleeding gums. If you don't take steps to treat the condition, you'll in ...View Article
Charcoal, a common ingredient in 19th century healthcare products, has recently experienced a resurgence in popularity. Visit any drugstore and you'll see charcoal facial masks, deodorants, soaps ...View Article
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