5 Ways To Care For Sensitive Teeth

Posted on: 30 November 2017

Having sensitive teeth can be quite a nuisance. You can't eat or drink anything cold or hot without feeling a sharp pain in your mouth. However, if you are willing to make a few lifestyle changes, you can find relief from this issue. Here are five effective ways to care for sensitive teeth. 1. Limit Acidic Foods and Drinks If you have sensitive teeth, you may want to stay away from acidic foods and drinks as much as possible.
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Three Types Of Mouthguards: Which One Is Right For You?

Posted on: 8 November 2017

As a sports player, especially in more aggressive sports, such as lacrosse, football, and hockey, you are going to want to consider the use of a mouthguard. In fact, most of these types of sports require them. However, it's up to you to decide which type of mouthguard to choose. Here are the three different types and which you should consider based on your specific needs: Stock Mouthguards: Stock mouthguards are the least expensive of all the options; however, this isn't without reason, since they are the least protective of them all.
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3 Secrets You Can't Hide From Your Dentist

Posted on: 9 October 2017

You may think as long as you are brushing, flossing, and visiting your dentist regularly, you are doing enough for healthy teeth and gums. However, certain habits could be causing enormous damage to your mouth. You may think your dentist does not know about these habits, but visible signs of damage will be seen. Here are a few secrets you cannot keep from your dentist because they will show actual damage to your mouth, teeth, and gums:
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Tips To Help Get Your Family Ready For Their Next Dental Check-Up

Posted on: 12 September 2017

To some people, seeing their dentist for a regular check-up and cleaning is an easy and often pleasant experience they look forward to twice a year. With the right oral health habits practiced regularly within your household, you can keep you and your family members' teeth healthy. Here are some tips to help you and your family be ready with excellent dental health for your next dental appointment: Teach Good Oral Hygiene Habits
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