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Most people are familiar with biofilm, even if they haven’t heard that term for it. Biofilm is another word for plaque buildup. When plaque forms over the teeth, it eventually becomes a film of bacteria that sticks to the surface of the teeth. It’s not visible to the naked eye, and good brushing habits alone […]

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If a cold banana sundae or a steaming cup of tea causes pain in your teeth, you might be suffering from a condition called “sensitive teeth.” Or, if your teeth hurt naturally, perhaps more so when you awake or as you chew, these too can be symptomatic of tooth sensitivity. Yet, most of us are […]

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  • 7 min read

As you eat, food particles become lodged in every crevice of your mouth. If left untouched, these food particles will provide the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. The bacteria then eat away at the food particles, your teeth, and your gums. As the bacteria builds, it collects in a slimy, colorless film on the teeth […]

The post What Is Gum Disease? appeared first on ToothShower.

  • 9 min read

Every adult is well aware of the needs for good dental hygiene and toothcare, and it makes sense as to why. Aesthetically, they’re often one of the first things others notice, and practically, well – there’s nothing more frustrating than chronic tooth aches and issues. People often need a complete oral care solution in order […]

The post Gum Disease and Heart Disease Relationship appeared first on ToothShower.

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Smiling is one of the beautiful things that make us human, and science shows that it’s actually good for you. Research has shown that smiling “spurs a chemical reaction in the brain, releasing certain hormones including dopamine and serotonin.”1 And what’s the best way to inspire confidence in your smile? By rocking a set of […]

The post Top Teeth Whitening Methods appeared first on ToothShower.

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There’s no pain quite like that of a toothache. In reality, most of us have experienced it. The sharp pain, the difficulty drinking cold water, the ceaseless ache that drums on—these symptoms are usually telling of a cavity that needs to be filled. Yet, sometimes, these aches and pains continue (typically displaying moderate symptoms), especially […]

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  • 6 min read

Did you know there are five sides to a tooth—the distal, facial, incisal, lingual, and mesial? When you brush your teeth, you only reach three of those five. Brushing is necessary to prevent cavities and plaque from building up along your teeth. But without the other necessary component, flossing, the other two sides of your […]

The post What Is Gum Recession? appeared first on ToothShower.

  • 4 min read

Orthodontics are often used to rectify malocclusion of teeth or a bad bite. Over 4.5 million Americans are wearing braces – but once the braces are on, many people neglect proper oral hygiene, exacerbating their already poor oral health. With braces on, it’s crucial to eat a healthy balanced diet and incorporate cleaning processes like […]

The post Water Flossing and Orthodontics appeared first on ToothShower.

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There are few things on television or movies that are more unrealistic than when a couple wakes up in bed and proceeds to make out as if they were in 8th grade.  Has the director never heard of morning dragon breath? It’s something embarrassing we all deal with. And, realistically, after 8 hours of bacteria percolating […]

The post How to Prevent Bad Breath appeared first on ToothShower.

  • 7 min read

Every trip to the dentist comes with the same dreaded question: do you floss? While brushing every day is generally a given, there are far fewer people consistently flossing. According to the CDC, “47.2% of adults aged 30 years and older have some form of periodontal disease.”1 That’s almost half! Flossing can be easy to […]

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  • 9 min read

Water flossing has grown in popularity as the market has provided at-home use products at affordable prices. Water flossing is an alternative to traditional string flossing, which is statistically among the least consistent part of the average American’s daily hygiene routine. To sweeten the deal (but don’t tell the dentist we said anything about sweets), […]

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