Gum disease

5 Signs You Might Have Gum Disease

The easiest way to ward off gum disease is by maintaining good oral hygiene. To do this, you should brush your teeth twice a day (in the morning and evening), floss daily, and visit your dentist regularly.  However, if you experience any of the following signs, you might already have gum disease. If [...]

Another Benefit to Dry January: It Could Help Your Teeth

For many of us, the holidays is a time for friends, family, food, and potent potables. It’s common for people to indulge in more alcohol over the holidays than they do normally. Some people may just be enjoying the extra license that the holidays give, while others may be relying on alcohol to help them [...]

Can Red Wine Protect Your Teeth?

For the past decade, red wine has become somewhat a fad in the research world. Many institutions have developed several studies showing the positive effects it can have on your heart, and colon, claims that have come into question recently. Now, it seems, red wine might also be good for your teeth and gums, due [...]

A Series of Unfortunate Tooth Mistakes

At the beginning of the month, the second season of the Netflix Original, A Series of Unfortunate Events debuted. Based on the book series of the same name, the show follows the Baudelaire family after the mysterious death of their parents, as they try to unravel what happened while also trying to avoid Count Olaf, [...]

Beating Gum Disease

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is one of the most dangerous oral health risks. Often off the radar compared to cavities, missing teeth, or even whitening, one of the most ignored conditions is also the most serious. Gum disease is an inflammatory condition that affects the tissue surrounding teeth. It starts as

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