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The Types Of Cracked Teeth

Did you know that diamonds, despite being the hardest substance on Earth, can be cracked by rocks, steel, ceramic, or almost anything hard? Read more
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What The Color Of Your Tongue Says About Your Health

You probably don’t look at your tongue very often. Even when you brush your teeth, you may not take a moment to peek at your tongue to make sure it looks healthy and normal. However, medical science has shown that there’s good reason to do so. Read more
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Some Fun Facts about Animal Fangs

Humans are just one out of hundreds of animals that have teeth. Most that do, humans included, have highly specialized teeth used for specific jobs and consuming a particular diet. Read more
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How to Floss Your Teeth Effectively

Flossing can be a tricky habit to remember for a lot of people. Our mornings and evenings are busy enough without devoting an extra 10 to 15 minutes to care for our oral health. Read more
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What are the parts of a tooth?

At first glance, your teeth might appear solid and composed of the same material throughout, but this is not the case. Teeth actually contain several layers, each with their own density, structure, and sensitivity. These different layers also have varying levels of susceptibility to decay and require different procedures for cavity treatment. Read more
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What Is Gum Disease And How Is It Prevented?

The terms gum disease and gingivitis are thrown around a lot whenever flossing is brought up, but what exactly are they? Simply put, gum disease is an infection of the gum tissue that surrounds and supports your teeth. It is also one of the most common diseases affecting adults in the US, in part because its progression is largely painless and most people do not realize they have it until their dentist tells them otherwise. Read more
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Are You Brushing Your Teeth The Right Way?

Most people understand the importance of brushing their teeth every day, but how you brush your teeth is equally important. If you brush your teeth correctly, you should have many years of happy, healthy teeth. But if you brush them incorrectly, you could actually be doing more harm than good. Read more
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How To Keep Your Teeth White

Having a brilliant smile of white teeth is an important aspect of beauty. Having discolored teeth can affect your appearance and negatively impact your self-confidence. Read more
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A History of Dental Hygiene

Although dental hygiene in general has improved much since then, toothbrushes have been discovered dating as far back as 3500 BCE in parts of ancient Egypt. These first toothbrushes were unsophisticated, merely twigs with frayed ends, but their importance is apparent, as they were often left in tombs for the deceased to use to maintain their healthy teeth in the afterlife! Read more
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Tooth Pain on Airplanes

If you’ve ever flown with a toothache, or experienced tooth pain during takeoff or landing that you don’t feel any other time, you know how miserable it can make your journey. What is it that causes tooth pain for some people on airplanes, while others don’t feel anything at all? Read more