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Using mouthwash is one of the extra steps you can take beyond routinely brushing your teeth in order to improve your dental health. The bacteria-killing effects of mouthwash have long been known, but many people find it unpleasant or too intense.

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While going to the dentist is a necessity, most people would stop short of calling it an enjoyable experience. Even the most routine cleaning can result in some anxiety, both in the waiting room and on the dentist’s chair.

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Straighter teeth are easier to get today with a wide range of options to choose from. Traditional braces and Invisalign braces are among the most recommended, with them being among the most popular choices among patients nowadays. However, is one better than the other?

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Flossing is among the most important ways to keep your mouth clean and free from plaque. Unfortunately, the wide variety of types available on the market can feel overwhelming for some. Here are some of the most common types of dental floss and which will work best for you.

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Following a proper oral health routine is important for the health and wellness of your teeth. But, with the daily rush of having to go to work or school, many might wonder if it’s actually worth the time to brush their tongues.

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You know that too much alcohol can impair your brain functions and harm your liver, but did you know it also can cause damage to your teeth? Heavy drinkers especially are more prone to tooth issues such as higher levels of plaque, gum disease, tooth decay, and mouth sores. Those who drink heavily are also at risk of oral cancer or are three times more likely to experience tooth loss.

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Is tooth sensitivity a sign that whitening can damage your teeth? Find out more about how teeth whitening can affect your mouth’s health and how you can enjoy a brighter smile below.

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How can you prevent bruxism from happening? Here are some of the most common signs and some simple suggestions to help you stop grinding your teeth.

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Learn more about how plaque can affect your teeth and how to prevent it from affecting your teeth.

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There has been a lot of debate about whether water flossing or traditional string flossing is better for oral health. On one hand, string flossing is more well known and trusted by dentists, but water flossing has gained some traction recently with its ease of use. Let’s take a look at the benefits of each flossing method and see what’s right for your teeth.

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