Three Essential Tips For Good Oral Health While Traveling

Posted on: 19 November 2014
It is not easy to maintain your good oral hygiene while on vacation. You have to make a conscious effort if you wish to protect your teeth. Here are three essential tips you should not forget: Dry Your Toothbrush Bacteria thrive in moist places, so a wet toothbrush makes a perfect breeding ground for these pathogens. Keep your toothbrush as dry as possible via any reasonable means such as: Taking it out of the suitcase as soon as you arrive in your accommodation Keeping it out of the travel container whenever possible Standing it upright to allow the water to drip down Airing your toothbrush in the dashboard if you are in a personal car Try Helpful Dental Treats
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Chip A Tooth? Veneers Can Restore Your Perfect Smile

Posted on: 17 November 2014
If you've recently chipped a front tooth, then you know the feelings of shock and horror that run through your body when you first feel the rough chipped area with your tongue. You probably ran to the mirror and stared at yourself, perhaps even crying as you thought about your once-perfect smile and how quickly it was just ruined. Chipping a front tooth is undoubtedly unpleasant, but you don't have to panic.
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6 Tips For Keeping Away Cavities (And Extra Pounds) Over The Holidays

Posted on: 14 November 2014
The holiday season is a notorious diet-wrecker, a time when people tend to overindulge on rich foods and sweet treats.  Society justifies it as a "splurge" time, a celebration with family and friends, a time to throw caution to the wind. However, there is a price to be paid in terms of extra pounds, tight clothes and - if you're lax on your dental hygiene, too - cavities. Use these tips to help you exercise moderation this holiday season so that you can enjoy yourself without guilt (and a trip to the dentist) in the new year:
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Canker Sores: Treatment And Prevention

Posted on: 12 November 2014
One of the worst things that can happen to you during the holiday season is the development of canker sores in your mouth. Although you might be determined to do so, eating turkey and all the fixings while in pain is not the best way to enjoy your holidays. Fortunately, you can treat sores you have and even stop the development of others.  What Is a Canker Sore? You might have had a canker sore in the past, but did not know the medical term for it.
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