Manual vs Electric Toothbrush – What’s Best for You?

One of the most frequently asked questions is, "A manual vs electric toothbrush, which one is better?" The truth is, research shows that electric toothbrushes are better than manual toothbrushes at removing plaque, thus, reducing gum inflammation. However, some research papers show no difference between manual vs electric toothbrushes. Thus, deeming them both to be EQUALLY as effective. Honestly, it's…

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Swirlit Review by a Dentist (Not Sponsored)

Swirlit is a sugar-free, non-acidic tea. It's a novel bottled beverage that claims to be good for your teeth. According to dentists, water is the only beverage that doesn't cause damage to your teeth. Therefore, there is little out there that dentists feel comfortable recommending to their patients in the beverage market, which is sugar-free and pH neutral. So does…

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Thumb Sucking and Dummies – Break Bad Habits

Babies have a biological desire to suck on fingers and objects (ie. dummies, pacifiers, toys). These habits are considered to be self-soothing and they often provide comfort to children. Up until a certain age, there is no detrimental effect to the teeth or jaws from these habits. This article will discuss the age at which thumb sucking and dummies become…

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Best At Home Teeth Whitening Tips from a Dentist

Pearly white teeth are something we all secretly want at a reasonable price, and with zero sensitivity. In the current market, there are a ton of whitening products – toothpaste, whitening strips, gels, charcoal, baking soda, lemon/vinegar juice. Some products are harmful, and others cause sensitivity. However, there are a few at-home teeth whitening tricks, which have no side-effects. Keep…

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