Flossing has long been the standard way to clean in between your teeth. Unfortunately, there are quite a few areas where floss cannot do its job well and will miss dental plaque.
Topic: Oral Health
Clean your orthodontic retainers, clear aligners, mouthguards, and nightguards the right way with these tips and tricks.
Baby teeth may not seem all that important, but they are extremely essential to the development of a growing child’s jaws by preserving space for adult teeth.
Contrary to popular belief, brushing your teeth after meals is not a good idea. Brushing before meals is much friendlier on your teeth, and you don’t always need to use toothpaste.
Lots of healthy foods like spinach are rich in oxalic acids, and many mistakenly believe that these foods are always bad for your teeth. Rest assured that for many of these foods the impact to your teeth is extremely small if any at all.
Whitening at your dentist is best, but nothing beats the convenience of whitening at home. Whiten your teeth with tooth whitening mouth rinses using our step by step instructions so you can be as kind to your teeth as possible.
Waterflossers like Waterpik clean better than floss. Learn the right way to use one to keep your teeth clean.
Tooth whitening products and tooth bleaching products do fundamentally different things to your teeth. Learn the difference.
Discover the protective secrets of your enamel pellicle.
As delicious as coffee is, I am sure that everyone is worried that they will be staining their teeth. The truth is that not all coffees stain your teeth the same. We are going to take a look at how iced coffee and regular joe compare.