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We often take our toothbrush for granted as a result of brushing our teeth from the time we were kids. But, did you know that choosing the right toothbrush is essential for good oral health? Here are a few things to consider when searching for the best toothbrush for you.

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Losing a tooth can happen anytime, either from practicing a sport such as football to even just walking down the stairs and missing a step. It’s an experience that can leave many with worry and pain as they look for a way to fix their smile.

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Do your teeth feel like they don’t exactly fit together? Perhaps you have difficulties speaking or even experience teeth grinding at night? You might have a misaligned bite.

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Find out how chewing gum helps improve your oral health while also giving you a tasty way to pass the time.

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Temperature sensitivity in the teeth, such as a reaction to the cold, is a sign that your tooth’s nerves are becoming more exposed to air. This condition causes mild discomfort to moderate pain and can get in the way of your daily life.

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Here are a few simple steps you can take to ensure that your teeth will continue to shine throughout the holidays.

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One major ingredient that nearly all toothpaste has in common is fluoride. But, what exactly does fluoride do for your teeth?

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Humans have been using toothpaste for several centuries now, which showcases how important dental health has been in history. While primitive by today’s standards, these substances were a step in the right direction towards the toothpaste we know today.

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What begins as a mild tooth pain could signal bigger dental problems down the line. One common cause of this dental pain is an abscessed tooth. This term is used to describe an infection in the tooth or gum and should be treated as soon as possible.

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Tooth fillings today are mainly made of a variety of materials such as gold, porcelain, metal, and even composite fillings made out of resin. While helpful in covering the decay, fillings today simply cover up the damage and don’t help heal the tooth itself.

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