Flossing or brushing: which is more important? Flossing is the more important of the two, because in the long run, gum disease and buildup of biofilm in between the teeth is more harmful.
When you haven’t been to the dentist in a while, it’s hard to know where to even start. These are my tips.
If you follow these lazy-person-approved tips, you’ll keep your teeth beautiful, healthy, and pain-free for life…all with minimal effort.
Is there any product you can recommend that will clean my mouth after I’ve eaten something, without having to brush my teeth? I don’t mean I want to stop brushing my teeth, but I don’t want to brush them after everything I eat.
You might not have thought of dental health when resolving to eat better, sleep more, or lose weight, but surprising as it may seem, you won’t achieve your health goals without oral health. It’s that important.
This genius little hack is perfect for tricking yourself into flossing more
Here’s what happens when you fall asleep without brushing your teeth and why it’s much more harmful than you think.
Making oral health a priority is more than just a pretty smile. Oral health impacts your susceptibility to illness and even ability to lose weight.
The reason it’s so hard to remember to floss is more complicated than you think. Here are some practical tips on how to make flossing a habit based on the latest research in cognitive and behavioral science.
How did you brush your teeth this morning? Were you in a hurry before dashing off to work or school? Did you scrub extra hard so you could finish faster? This is just one of many hazardous dental habits most people have but aren’t aware of. The everyday habits in this list are damaging…