The Natural Approach: Making Your Own Oral Hygiene Products

Posted on: 1 June 2015
There a wide selection of oral hygiene products on the market, and these have all been exhaustively tested and are safe for regular usage. Having said that, you might be seeking a more natural alternative when it comes to keeping your family's teeth nice and healthy. While commercial products are not harmful, there's a feeling of surety that comes from knowing exactly what goes into the products that go into your mouth.
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Cleaning & Caring for Your Dentures

Posted on: 27 April 2015
Keeping dentures clean is essential to your oral and general health. Depending on the type of dentures you have, whether partial or complete, the following cleaning and maintenance procedures are necessary. Handle with care You should wash your hands every time you are about to handle your dentures to avoid getting them dirty and risking an infection. You should also handle the dentures over a full sink of water in order to avoid breaking them in case you drop them.
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Avoid These 6 Common Tooth Brushing Mistakes

Posted on: 31 March 2015
We all know that brushing our teeth is incredibly important, but it's such a normal part of our lives that we can often get lazy, forgetting to brush correctly or hanging onto a certain toothbrush for too long. Make sure that you're cleaning your teeth as well as possible by avoiding the mistakes listed below.   Choosing the Wrong Brush Brushing correctly starts with buying the right toothbrush. Too many people commit errors during this process which makes it impossible for them to adequately clean their teeth.
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Do you really need a root canal?

Posted on: 26 February 2015
Dental technology has advanced a great deal over the last decade or so. If your tooth pulp is damaged, causing discolouration, pain, sensitivity or discomfort while chewing, a root canal treatment is a great option to getting your tooth pulled.   Causes of damage to the pulp A root canal is the treatment of damaged tooth pulp. This is the matter inside each of your teeth which once regulated the growth of the tooth when you were a child.
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