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How To Treat And Prevent Periodontitis

How To Treat And Prevent Periodontitis

Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Periodontitis - or gum disease - is an infection in the gums that can lead to tooth loss and illness. It can become a serious infection if not treated quickly and efficiently, can result in tooth loss and can even damage the bone structure of the jaw.
Gum Infections: Preventing And Curing Them For A Healthier Smile

Gum Infections: Preventing And Curing Them For A Healthier Smile

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Gum infections are no fun, which is why you should listen to your dentist when you’re told to take proper care of your oral health. By letting things go, you leave your mouth open for infections. Known as periodontitis, it targets just below your gum line in sulcus, the crevices between your teeth and gums.

Avoiding Gingivitis: What You Can Do To Keep Your Mouth Healthy

Avoiding Gingivitis: What You Can Do To Keep Your Mouth Healthy

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Worried about gingivitis? You should be because it can lead to worse oral health problems down the road. Your best course of action is to avoid it altogether. But how do you do that?
How To Brighten Your Smile During Quarantine

How To Brighten Your Smile During Quarantine

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

The world is passing through a difficult phase at the moment, a situation that hasn’t been felt before - at least in recent times. The pandemic may have brought misery and frustration in its wake but lots of people have devised a coping mechanism on how to get along and maintain a happy life regardless of the challenges. One of such ways is by being in high spirit with a healthy smile.  Studies have shown that aside from its mood boosting ability, smiling helps our body release endorphins and cortisol that are beneficial in helping reduce pain, increase endurance, reduce blood pressure, strengthen the immune system, and reduce stress. To make it easy for you to enjoy a bright smile with benefits, here are the steps to take.

9 Adult Oral Care Tips To Make A Habit Of Right Now

9 Adult Oral Care Tips To Make A Habit Of Right Now

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

You probably brush your teeth every day, but are you doing enough for your oral health? As we age, it becomes even more important to step up our oral care. Aging takes more of a toll on the mouth and doing the right things can make all the difference in having a great dental visit or one that makes you frown.
How To Take Good Care Of Your Teeth After Dental Procedures

How To Take Good Care Of Your Teeth After Dental Procedures

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Getting dental procedures done can often feel like a real chore, but the benefits of keeping up a great dental health routine following a visit to the dentist's office are immense. Whether you've just had a cavity filled or have just had a new crown placed, there are many ways to take care of your dental health after your latest appointment. Here are just a few great methods for keeping your smile bright and healthy.

4 Issues That Can Arise If You Never Floss

4 Issues That Can Arise If You Never Floss

Written By Anica Oaks / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Taking care of your teeth is a must if you always want to have a pearly white smile. There are many things you’ll need to do regularly such as brushing and having your bi-annual cleanings. However, when it comes to flossing, it can be easy to forget. Here are four big reasons why you should always ensure you fit flossing into your daily oral health routine.
A Definitive Guide For Keeping Your Gums Healthy

A Definitive Guide For Keeping Your Gums Healthy

Written By Dr. Sonal Bhoot / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

In a rush to brighten the teeth and improve the smile, we overlook the gingiva surrounding it. We neglect bleeding and inflamed gums. They subdue initially but as the situation worsens, the gum problem becomes the most complicated dental issue.
7 Reasons To Floss That Go Beyond Dental Health

7 Reasons To Floss That Go Beyond Dental Health

Written By James C.H. Ko / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Studies have shown that only four out of 10 Americans floss daily. This number shows us that there are a lot of people who do not see the importance of flossing in their everyday oral care routine. This is alarming because it is very important for people to actually go beyond brushing to take care of their oral health. And this is also the reason why dentists all over the world are continually introducing this activity to their patients.
Important Things To Do Before And After Getting Braces

Important Things To Do Before And After Getting Braces

Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Orthodontic braces can correct bite issues and teeth alignment problems. Many children and even adults use braces to straighten their smile. Gone are the days when your only choice was traditional metal braces. There are now lots of options for orthodontic systems available. The one you choose will depend on the severity of your issue, your lifestyle and your budget. Read on to find out what else you need to consider before getting braces and what to do once they are fitted.
7 Ways To Avoid Gingivitis

7 Ways To Avoid Gingivitis

Written By Parmar Dental / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Gingivitis is a common gum disease that causes the gums to become swollen and red and bleed easily especially when brushing or flossing. The condition is entirely preventable and easily reversible. But left untreated gingivitis becomes a more serious form of gum disease called periodontitis which can lead to tooth loss and is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults.
Bad Breath And How To Fight It

Bad Breath And How To Fight It

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a whiff of someone’s bad breath, you know it’s an unpleasant interaction. But chances are, you’ve likely nearly bowled someone over yourself. While it’s fairly normal for people to have unsavory breath upon waking, chronic halitosis, the official name for bad breath, occurs for a variety of reasons.
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