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Four Big Dental Myths Dispelled

Crushing The Top Four Dental Myths There are a lot of places to get bad information, partial information or just completely made up information on just about any topic. Myths about what makes a healthy mouth are especially numerous. A multitude of ways to have great teeth and keep them healthy seem veiled in mystery and chance. While it is true that some patients are...

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Kill Your Bad Breath For Good

Kill Your Bad Breath For Good

Why You Have Bad Breath In The First Place Halitosis–bad breath–one of the most humiliating situations a person can find themselves in, and yet millions of us are unaware of chronic bad breath. Still millions of other people aren’t sure what they can do to finally get rid of their stinky breath.  For some, bad breath only occasionally plagues them, for others suffer from bad...

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What’s the Best Toothpaste? — Part 2

What’s the Best Toothpaste? — Part 2

Simple Science: The Best Toothpaste In the wide and confusing world of popular tooth cleansing products undoubtedly the safest, most effective combination you can use on your teeth is a soft bristle toothbrush and water, twice a day for at least two minutes at a time. Back up this simple exercise by flossing at least once a day, without fail — and you will have...

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Why the HHS and EPA Decision on Fluoride is Bad

Why the HHS and EPA Decision on Fluoride is Bad

Today’s news from The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding fluoride is making national news. In essence, they will be recommending a lower “safe” level of fluoride consumption. Great news, right? Not really. This decision is an In an obvious attempt to placate those who rightfully stand behind the research that denounces the benefits of...

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Oral Exams Could be a Good Indicator of Lung Cancer

Tips for Keeping Your Teeth Healthy in 2011 and Beyond

At the risk of serious cliche, I have decided to post a list of ways to help you protect your teeth in 2011. Of course, these aren’t resolutions. I won’t call it a “top 10” list, and to be honest, it applies no matter what time of year it is. But… people always seem to inspire themselves to make changes as the calendar flips on...

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