3 Natural Remedies For A Toothache

Posted on: 12 April 2016

If you have an achy tooth, you may have already tried multiple over-the-counter remedies, such as oral analgesic gels and painkillers. However, there are some natural things that can help eliminate dental discomfort. Here are a few of them: Tea Bags A tea bag can help lessen the pain of a throbbing tooth. Often, tooth pain is associated with an infection in the tooth or the gums that border it. The tea inside a tea bag contains tannic acid, which is able to draw out the infected material from the tooth or the surrounding gums.
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5 Foods Kids Like That Are Good For Teeth

Posted on: 3 February 2016

You may assume that any food that could possibly benefit your child's oral health will be something you'll struggle to get him or her to eat. However, this is probably not true. Many foods are both good for the teeth and tasty, and your kids may appreciate having the opportunity to snack on them more often. The following are five foods you can give to your children if you're looking for an easy way to ensure that they're developing a healthy smile:
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2 Creative Ways To Keep Candy Cavities Away After Halloween

Posted on: 11 November 2015

If your child performs the Halloween tradition of trick-or-treating at neighbor's homes and now has a huge candy haul you are worried will lead to cavities, you are not alone. While everything can be enjoyed in moderation, candy collected during Halloween activities can lead to excess consumption of the sticky, sugary items that can wreak havoc on your child's teeth. While you don't want to simply take that bag away and upset your child in the process, here are three ways to deal with excess candy without ending up with a crying child.
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Why Hookah Is A Big Threat To Oral Health

Posted on: 5 October 2015

Hookah is a tobacco pipe equipped with a long tube that draws the tobacco smoke through water before it reaches the mouth. It also goes by various names, such as shisha, arghila, water pipe, and many others. Although it may look fashionable, it's a threat to your oral health much just like conventional cigarettes. For example, it increases your risk of oral cancer and periodontal disease. In fact, hookah is even more dangerous due to its unique properties and attraction to young adults.
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