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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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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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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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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Today, people are more self-conscious about their smiles than ever. Maybe you are one of the many people today who look in the mirror, see yellow teeth, and wish there was something you could do about it. You know—without spending an arm and a leg at the dentist for in-office bleaching.  Fortunately, there are cost-effective, […]

The post How to Whiten Your Teeth at Home Naturally appeared first on ToothShower.

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You’re propped up on your elbows, mid-conversation, utterly entrenched by the oncoming details of your colleague’s epic tale. As you grip your coffee mug for dear life, you take a sip, and just as they’re about to unfold the finality of their adventure, you’re blinded by searing pain instead.  Whether from something hot, cold, or […]

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  • 7 min read

In a digital era dominated by social media and the need for constant validation, we humans seem to be more self-conscious than ever. Thanks to the ability to zoom, edit, compare, and contrast, we’re hyper aware of every single one of our “flaws.” And, although it may seem like a small thing, one of the […]

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  • 6 min read

It’s the question that everyone dreads hearing when they visit their dentist: “So, have you been flossing your teeth every day?” You try to make a mumbled no somehow sound like a yes to avoid the proceeding diatribe about why you should be flossing every single day. And of course, you know you should be […]

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You’ve likely heard of gingivitis before. Sometimes it’s thrown around lightly, sometimes not. Gingivitis is classified as periodontal disease. In layman’s terms, it’s a form of gum disease—albeit mild and common—that causes symptoms of swelling, irritation, and redness around the gingiva (the part of your gums adjacent to the base of your teeth).  Gingivitis is […]

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  • 7 min read

As if flossing your teeth wasn’t hard enough, braces add an additional challenge in accessing areas not properly cleaned by brushing alone, while also creating new areas for bacteria to settle and build up. Additionally, the hardware of braces is relatively delicate and must be handled with care to avoid loosening or breakage that could […]

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  • 7 min read

You’ve gotten wired up at the orthodontist’s office as a commitment to your oral health and in pursuit of a beautiful smile. Good for you – good things ahead. To really nail that Hollywood smile, you’ll have to keep up on caring for your braces and teeth, which does add a little bit of extra […]

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  • 4 min read

We get it — you love flossing so much, you’re starting to worry that it’s becoming a problem. In the morning, before bed, on your commute, during dinner with your in-laws — it’s a compulsory habit so hard to resist that you’re starting to worry it’s taking over your life. Sound familiar? Probably not.  But […]

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