We know that eating certain foods can cause acne, so is it really a surprise that your oral health also has a major impact on the health of your skin?
What Is Acne?
Acne occurs when oils and dead skin cells clog hair follicles on your face and body. Although some people believe that acne solely occurs during puberty or is only brought on by eating sugar, neither is entirely true. Many adults suffer from acne too, and poor diet isn’t its ...
How an Electric Toothbrush Is Different Than a Manual Toothbrush
An electric toothbrush is a rechargeable or battery-run brush that cleans your teeth with more power and precision than a manual toothbrush. There are plenty of different models of electric toothbrushes available, and some come with various functions like polishing, cleaning, tongue-cleaning, and whitening all in one!
The Benefits of an Electric Toothbrush
Many dentists believe that electric toothbrushes deliver a more accurate clean of your teeth, since it’s easier to nail down the ...
Bad breath isn’t just embarrassing; oftentimes, it indicates a serious oral health issue like gum disease or advanced decay. Although treating the causes of bad breath may take time, there are plenty of natural remedies that can help alleviate it. Try some of these remedies today!
Cloves, cardamom, and cinnamon are spices that can help freshen your breath, among other wonderful benefits.
Drinking mint tea, iced or hot, as well as chewing on mint leaves are great ways to freshen up ...
A white smile is a common symbol of good health, happiness, and confidence, but it can be hard to muster a smile when you aren’t feeling comfortable with the way that your teeth look. You may be wondering what causes stained, yellow teeth, and what can you do about it. If so, keep reading!
What Causes Yellow Teeth?
The causes of yellow teeth are varied and can be from genetics, medications, and diet to smoking, trauma, and too much exposure to fluoride. However, ...
You’ve heard many times that sugar is bad for your teeth, but not all sugar and sugar replacements are created equally! We’ll take a look at how high fructose corn syrup, a common sugar replacement, affects your teeth compared to how natural cane sugar does.
Cane Sugar & Oral Health
When plaque and bacteria break down sugar and starch on the surface of your teeth, they release harmful acids that can eat through your enamel. This makes your teeth vulnerable to discoloration and ...