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Brush Your Teeth Three Times A Day to Keep Your Heart Healthy, Study Finds

Brush Your Teeth Three Times A Day to Keep Your Heart Healthy, Study Finds

A new study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology suggests that regular toothbrush may keep heart failure and atrial fibrillation at bay.

Celebrating Dental Hygiene Month with 3 Effective Products

Celebrating Dental Hygiene Month with 3 Effective Products

Your mouth is full of bacteria, which is mostly harmless. But, as your mouth is the entry point to your digestive and respiratory tracts, some of the bacteria can become harmful and impact your overall health.

Celebrating World Smile Day with Products for a Healthy Mouth, Teeth and Gums

Celebrating World Smile Day with Products for a Healthy Mouth, Teeth and Gums

A healthy smile is more than just showing off white teeth. It means a healthy mouth – from the health of your gums to the bacteria that lives in it. Sometimes, brushing with a generic toothpaste is just not enough to keep your mouth clean. 

The Secret to A Bright Smile & Clean Mouth is Activated Charcoal Toothpaste

The Secret to A Bright Smile & Clean Mouth is Activated Charcoal Toothpaste

Photo by Isaiah McClean on Unsplash When was the last time you thought about the toothpaste you use? You’ve probably been buying the same brand for years out of habit, but have never really noticed a difference in your teeth. Take a look at the 

PerioDental Focus: Dental Hygiene by Jerry Hickey, R. Ph

PerioDental Focus: Dental Hygiene by Jerry Hickey, R. Ph

Today everyone wants to have a perfect smile with white, even teeth. But this means nothing if you have poor dental hygiene and unhealthy gums. Indeed, proper brushing and flossing could save your life! It may sound incredible, but gum disease (periodontal disease) is linked 

PerioDental Focus: Foods That Damage Your Teeth and Gums

PerioDental Focus: Foods That Damage Your Teeth and Gums

Photo by Lesly Juarez on Unsplash Before your body can absorb food, it has to pass through your mouth. Your mouth is the initial place where all the components of your food gets filtered and enters your body; But your teeth and gums, and ultimately