• 21 JAN 23
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    Use of Mouthwash

    Use of Mouthwash

    Mouthwash that contains fluoride can help remineralize your teeth since it can penetrate in-between teeth, thus preventing tooth from decaying and enhances the regular dental routine to avoid and/or decrease harmful oral bacteria, gingivitis and keeping a fresh smell in the mouth. There are two significant varieties of mouthwashes: Cosmetic mouthwash- Temporarily freshens breath but

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    • 14 NOV 22
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    How Pregnancy Impacts your Oral Health?

    How Pregnancy Impacts your Oral Health?

    Before and during pregnancy, visiting your dentist for regular checkups and maintaining good dental health habits will make you and your baby healthy. In fact, The American Dental Association, the American Congress of Obstetricians, Gynecologists, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all encourage women to get dental care while pregnant. “It is a crucial period

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    • 11 OCT 22
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    Dental Floss

    Dental Floss

    There are many forms of dental floss including waxed, unwaxed but the main difference between available dental flosses is thickness and widths.  There are factors that need to be considering when choosing the best dental floss for you 1.  The tightness of the contact area: determines the width of floss. 2. The contour of the

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    • 29 AUG 22
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    Water Benefits in Oral Health

    Water Benefits in Oral Health

    Choosing water as your regular drink is good for our health. It keeps our body hydrated, helps distribute nutrients, and gets rid of unwanted toxins keeping our skin glowing, muscles and bones moves smoothly. Nevertheless, what is the benefit of drinking water in our oral health? Let me tell you some. Fluoride is a natural

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