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Oral Care for Dementia Patients

Oral Care for Dementia Patients

Dental care is extremely important for everyone, especially those living with life altering conditions like Alzheimer's and dementia. Simple things, like tooth brushing and flossing, can be very difficult for people with dementia. He or she may forget what to do with...

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Is Activated Charcoal Safe for Teeth?

Is Activated Charcoal Safe for Teeth?

It's all the rage among the teen-set — activated charcoal for teeth whitening. Brands call it a "miracle mouth product" that turns your teeth black, then pearly white. But does it work? And is it safe for teeth? More: Teeth Whitening FAQs - What to Know Before You Buy...

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Signs Your Mouth is Aging

Signs Your Mouth is Aging

Aging is inevitable. But while we can masque some signs of aging with lotions and cosmetics, diet and exercise — there is little we can do about how our mouth ages. Even with thorough dental care, and a healthy oral hygiene regime, our mouths will see gradual changes...

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4 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Oral Health Routine

4 Ways to Rejuvenate Your Oral Health Routine

Bored with your brushing and flossing routine morning and night? You're not alone. The doldrums of mindlessly caring for our teeth and gums can send us deep into a rut. When this happens, it's time to change it up. Try something new for your smile. It doesn't have to...

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Are Genetics Ruining Your Smile?

Are Genetics Ruining Your Smile?

Are oral health issues genetic? This is a question we get quite often. And the answer is — maybe. Just like other traits, like height or skin color, there's a chance you can inherit from your parents (or grandparents) an increased risk for oral health issues, like gum...

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