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Reverse Receding Gums Without Surgery

By Carol Miguel / August 12, 2018

Source: Flickr Gum disease is an infection of the tissues that border as well as back your teeth. It is a significant cause of tooth loss in grownups. Since gum disease is usually easy, you may not know you have it. Likewise pertained to as gum disease, gum disease is triggered by cavity enducing plaque, […]

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Crowing About Toothache

By Carol Miguel / July 30, 2018

Crowing Concerning Tooth pain Source: Flickr When you look after the natural teeth in your oral cavity, there are going to be no tooth pain to crow about. Tooth ache pertains to the pain brought on by tooth or mandible problems including tooth decay, a split pearly white, a left open pearly white root, gum […]

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Abscessed Teeth

By Carol Miguel / July 30, 2018

Sore Teeth An ulcer in the tooth pertains to an infection that was actually brought on by a pocket of pus residing in the cells around the pearly white. Ulcers are incredibly serious disorders, as well as may cause serious matters if they aren’t handled immediately. When the pulp from a tooth dies as a […]

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Reverse Receding Gum Line At Home With Natural Remedies

By Carol Miguel / April 7, 2017

If you have gum disease, the lack of treatment can lead to such consequences as their bleeding and redness, pain when chewing, and pus formation. In this article you will read about Gum disease receding gums treatment.All these symptoms can characterize a variety of diseases, such as gingivitis, periodontitis, hormonal change and much more. Reverse […]

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How Can Woman Oral Health More Susceptible With The Passage Of Time?

By Carol Miguel / August 27, 2016

Throughout the life, the mouth of the woman goes through several stages that make it more fragile than men. The hormonal changes of puberty, pregnancy or menopause are reflected in her smile, making it more vulnerable to gum disease receding gums, so we should be aware not to lose our teeth luster and health. Here […]

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TOOTHPASTE

By Carol Miguel / December 23, 2015

The benefit of using toothpaste is to apply a dose of fluoride to your teeth to help prevent decay and to give your mouth a fresh taste.  It is highly recommended that you use a paste or powder that has been approved by the ADA.  However, there are those people out there that do not […]

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A COST FREE METHOD FOR THE PREVENTION OF

By Carol Miguel / December 12, 2015

The purpose of having a bacteria free toothbrush is to reduce the number of germs entering the oral cavity thereby reducing the number of the infections and the illnesses that they cause. Let the toothbrush dry and the bacteria will die The Hygienic Tooth Brushing System by RDI requires the employment of our Hygienic Toothbrush […]

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TOOTH BRUSHING

By Carol Miguel / November 13, 2015

It is important to use a soft brush with round-ended bristles, brushing thoroughly at least once a day, but preferably after each meal or snack.  A gentle “jiggle” motion is used, going over just a couple of teeth at a time, moving gently to the next set of teeth.  Spending two to three minutes brushing […]

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Medical Consequences

By Carol Miguel / September 28, 2015

You can also mount it on your bathroom mirror without having to drill any holes by using the accompanying specially designed screw less mirror mounting piece. Hygienically speaking, the highly polished water repellent surfaces of the toothbrush holder were designed to prevent water retention to therefore prevent bacterial growth and accumulation. Each front slot has […]

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FLUORIDE

By Carol Miguel / August 28, 2015

To help prevent your teeth from decaying, fluoride has been found to help.  It has been added to water in some areas where it does not occur naturally.  It is also in many types of toothpaste and rinses.  Your dentist can prescribe stronger doses, as needed.  Many have the conception that fluoride is only for […]

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