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August 27, 2019

3 Reasons Why You Should Clean Your Tongue Every Day

So... you brush your teeth twice a day and floss once daily (we hope so, anyway!)… but there’s one thing missing from this daily oral hygiene routine equation. That extra important step is... Tongue cleaning!

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July 25, 2019

Comparing String Floss, Interdental Brushes and Water Flossing

Which flossing method is really best? When it comes to cleaning in between your teeth, do you use traditional dental floss, an interdental brush, or a water flosser/ water pick?

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June 21, 2019

Why Does my Tooth Still Hurt After My Cavity Filling?

If you’ve ever had a dental filling, you may have experienced some sensitivity with your filled tooth following treatment. Here’s when to be concerned, and when to simply be patient.

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May 27, 2019

How Does Our Oral Health Change as We Get Older?

As we age, we become more susceptible to issues with our health. But what does getting older mean for our oral health in particular?

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April 11, 2019

Achieve a Stunning Smile with In-Office Teeth Whitening on The Danforth

Sadly, our smiles can become quite yellowed or stained with every cup of java, glass of wine or handful of dark berries we consume. And over time, this can lead to an unattractive-looking smile that can have a negative impact on one’s confidence.

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March 8, 2019

Could Gum Disease be Responsible for Alzheimer’s?

San Francisco Study finds potential link between the two diseases, gum disease may be more than just a threat to your oral health…

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January 7, 2019

How Good Nutrition and Calcium Promotes a Healthy, Beautiful Smile

Unfortunately, our smiles tend to naturally dull, become stained or take on a yellow hue over time – especially with the frequent consumption of certain foods and drinks. With that said, it can sure be challenging to keep our teeth vibrant and white.

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December 27, 2018

Which of These Two Gum Types Is Most Apparent In Your Smile?

Did you know that there are two main kinds of gum tissue? Technically termed “periodontal biotypes”; a person’s gums often tend to skew either more on the thin or scalloped gum type side, or the thick or flat gum type side!

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