Your tongue is not smooth. It has crevices and uneven surfaces, making it the perfect target for biofilm and its bacteria. If you brush twice a day and floss once a day, you may not be cleaning your mouth as well as you could. Whether tongue brushing is it to prevent bad breath or for… Read more about Brush Your Tongue?
Make flossing a habit in tiny steps
We recommend that a person with healthy gums and good oral hygiene habits see the dentist every six months. Those with harder to care for teeth due to overlapping teeth or gum conditions such as gingivitis may need to come on a more frequent interval. But phobias of the dentist, a hectic lifestyle, or as… Read more about Thinking of Skipping a Dental Check-up?
During the pandemic, we have been wearing masks over our mouths to prevent the virus’s spread. We have noticed several behaviors related to the face coverings that may lead to oral health problems. The term “meth mouth” is a name used by dentists to depict methamphetamine users. Users often have sugar-cravings, teeth grinding, and jaw… Read more about Beware of “Mask Mouth”
Someone told me that if you write down three things you are grateful for each day, it will add at least six months to your life. Well, I’m not sure that is true, but being thankful is a way to bring positivity into your life. It has been a tough six months. We were isolated… Read more about Do you have an Attitude of Gratitude?
COVID-19 has brought many changes to our working and social lives. While we are out, we wear masks, hiding our smiles, but not at home in video chat rooms. Many apps, such as Google Hangouts and ZOOM are acquiring new members. Out of necessity, our lives have migrated online during the pandemic. People are spending… Read more about ZOOM and your Confidence
Chew is snacking on Sugar-Free gum, such as Trident, Orbit, or any other sugar-free gum, preferably with Xylitol.