In 2016, several publications emerged with the topic surrounding lack of benefits from flossing.
Are you embarrassed by the color of your teeth?
Do you avoid smiling in pictures because the shade of your smile is more ecru than white? Do you avoid photos altogether because you think your smile is unappealing? Well, you’re not alone!
something that cures or remedies without causing harmful side effects:
So far there is no magic bullet for economic woes.
It’s that time of year again, and whether you’re a “forever bridesmaid” again or coming up to your own wedding it’s important to have a nice, white smile for those hundred of photo that are coming your way! With a camera around every corner, it’s important to have white teeth that stay white no matter the situation.
Gluten Free. For those with Celiac Disease, it’s a way of life thrust upon them. For others, it’s the latest diet trend to follow. Whether or not it’s an effective diet isn’t the point of this blog, however, what we’re talking about today is gluten free toothpaste. Does it matter to anyone without celiac disease and how important it is to those with it? Let’s find out!
When you think of the unpleasant things that happen at a dental cleaning, one of the biggest things that comes to mind is bleeding gums. After all the poking and prodding is over there is the inevitable rinse cycle, which for some can look like a bloodbath. These same people might even have the occasional bloody spit after brushing their teeth. This is more common than it needs to be, and can often be fixed by changing a few simple habits in your brushing and flossing.
In a world that’s obsessed with “natural” and “chemical free” products (although everything, including you, are made of chemicals, but we’ll let that one slide) you’ve probably noticed these labels sneaking into every facet of your shopping experience. Not even the world of toothpaste and mouthwash have escaped this craze, so today we’re striving to answer the question “Is it worth it?”.
Most everyone appreciates a beautiful smile, whether it’s your own or one that belongs to someone you love. To keep your teeth and gums not only looking good but feeling their best, it’s important to practice routine oral hygiene habits. And, keeping up with best dental practices can give you more than simply the perfect smile.
Here at Hospital Dental Group we always try to be on top of the latest trends. Some trends are helpful, and others tend to cause more harm than good. So when we heard that people were using activated charcoal to help whiten their teeth, we decided to step in and check out what was going on behind the curtain.