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How To Select The Right Mouthwash For Your Best Oral Care

How To Select The Right Mouthwash For Your Best Oral Care

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Dentists often recommend the use of mouthwash for improved oral care. However, there are quite a number of them, and depending on the state of your current dental situation, you may require different needs than someone else, even your own spouse.

Evaluate Your Oral Health With This Simple Checklist

Evaluate Your Oral Health With This Simple Checklist

Written By Amanda McIntyre / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Over the years, experts have been telling us that there is a link between oral health and our overall wellness. When our mouths are healthy, our overall health looks good, too. Conversely, suffering from oral health issues - gum disease, for example - makes us likely to suffer a heart attack or a stroke.
How Do You Clean Teeth With A Miswak Stick?

How Do You Clean Teeth With A Miswak Stick?

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

In many Middle Eastern and African countries, a special teeth-cleaning twig called a miswak stick is very popular. It starts off as just an ordinary tree stick but you have to chew on it to reveal what’s beneath the bark.

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 Know If Your Toothache Is An Urgent Issue

How To Know If Your Toothache Is An Urgent Issue

Reviewed By Ray Spotts
A toothache is simply defined as pain in or around a tooth. It can range from bearable to excruciating. It also has a variety of causes; some are relatively minor while others are serious. A toothache should always be treated, as it will just get worse if you try to ignore it. The question, however, is when should you just schedule a dental appointment and when should you get emergency or same-day dental care?
Swollen Gums – What To Do

Swollen Gums – What To Do

Here are some of the primary causes of swollen gums.

Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

How To Know If You Have Periodontitis And What To Do About It

How To Know If You Have Periodontitis And What To Do About It

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

You’ve probably seen the intimidating photos and diagrams on your dentist’s walls detailing the horrors of gum disease. Periodontitis is the most severe form of it. It all starts with gingivitis, or inflammation of the gums. If you don’t treat it, it grows into this full-blown version of infected gums.

Deep Dental Cleaning - What Is it?

Deep Dental Cleaning - What Is it?

Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

You hear about deep dental cleanings, but what truly are they? Do you really need them in order for your teeth to be healthy and strong? The answer is yes. Deep dental cleanings help to get rid of all the stuff a normal toothbrush can’t. Once this stuff is off of your teeth, you run a lower chance of decay, cavities, and discoloration.

How To Avoid Swollen Gums And What To Do When You Get Them

How To Avoid Swollen Gums And What To Do When You Get Them

Reviewed By Ray Spotts
 

When your gums are healthy, they’re a nice light pink. But when they’re swollen, they’re in need of dental care with the guidance of your dentist. Swollen gums may appear to bulge out near where they meet with the teeth. They also look red rather than pink.

Sore Gums – What They Mean And What You Can Do

Sore Gums – What They Mean And What You Can Do

Some gum pains may be a small inconvenience while others may mean something more serious, so it is important to acknowledge which of those your pain is contributed to.

Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

 

 

Why Are Your Gums Bleeding?

Why Are Your Gums Bleeding?

Find out the reasons why your gums are bleeding and discover what you can do to stop it.

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.
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