Category Archives for Oral Health

What Vitamins are Good for Teeth and Gums?

Vitamins are usually taken to fill in any gaps you may have in your diet.  People take vitamins for all sorts of reasons. Vitamins can boost your immune system, promote healthy organs, and help hair growth.   But did you know that you can also take vitamins for your teeth and gums? You may not have […]

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The Best Electric Toothbrush For Toddlers

Brushing a toddler’s teeth can be a bit of a challenge. They may not cooperate, and even if they do, it’s hard to properly clean inside of their little mouths. I found that using an electric toothbrush helps a lot for toddler oral health. See below for the top 3 best electric toothbrush for toddlers. […]

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Foods That Make Your Teeth Stronger

You know that brushing and flossing is good for your teeth, but did you know that there are foods that can make your teeth stronger?  Below are several tips to getting stronger teeth, all through diet and good habits.  How to Get Stronger Teeth If you want stronger teeth, the key is to care for […]

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The Best Electric Toothbrush For Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults.  And shockingly, 70% of adults over the age of 65 have some degree of this gum problem.  Luckily, periodontal disease is preventable and curable with proper oral hygiene.   Brushing and flossing your teeth well makes a big difference in fighting periodontal disease. It […]

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Is Toddler Toothpaste Safe to Swallow?

Dental care can sometimes be challenging when you have a toddler.  They may not like the feeling of a toothbrush in their mouth, or the taste of toothpaste. However, it is important to instill good habits early when it comes to oral health so your toddler can have clean, strong teeth. When it comes to […]

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Oral Health For Seniors

As you age your health concerns will change, and that is no different for your oral health.  Dental care for seniors is especially important because age and medication makes older adults cavity prone.  Furthermore, since oral health is connected to whole body health, it is even more important for seniors to make oral health a […]

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