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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 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.

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There are a lot of things people will do for a beautiful, healthy smile. It makes sense; your smile is one of the first things people notice, and it can make or break a first impression. Having a consistent oral hygiene routine is a great way of achieving a whiter smile, but you may ask […]

The post Is Teeth Whitening Harmful? appeared first on ToothShower.

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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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Oral diseases—those relating to the teeth, gums, or tongue—have a certain distasteful quality to them (pun not intended). Perhaps it’s due to the intimate nature of mouths. Mouths are used to show affection, present our moods, and communicate with one another. When bad breath, swollen gums, or dental decay mix into the equation, the result […]

The post How to Prevent Tooth Decay appeared first on ToothShower.

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Most people have likely experienced tooth pain at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, for some, toothaches and tooth sensitivity can be a common occurrence—not a problem that arises every now and then (looking at you, cavities). The issue is that  common causes of teeth sensitivity can mirror those that arise from graver problems like […]

The post Why Do I Have Tooth Sensitivity? appeared first on ToothShower.

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A common symptom of getting braces is swollen or irritated gums in the weeks that immediately follow installation, or in the days that follow a dentist or orthodontist appointment for adjustments. However, if swelling or bleeding begins to come on arbitrarily, it could be a sign of periodontal disease that may require attention from a […]

The post Bleeding Gums with Braces appeared first on ToothShower.

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Did you know that as toothbrush bristles wear down, they become less effective? Independent studies that assessed plaque after brushing have confirmed that after 3 months of use twice daily, toothbrushes removed less plaque, especially where adjacent teeth contact each other. It’s a good thing your ToothShower helps reach those hard to brush spaces between […]

The post Be honest: How old is YOUR toothbrush? appeared first on ToothShower.

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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 […]

The post What is Biofilm on Your Teeth? appeared first on ToothShower.

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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 […]

The post Tooth Sensitivity Treatment: A Complete Guide appeared first on ToothShower.

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