Posts tagged with dental health

Improving Dental Health and Avoiding Expensive Dental Bills May Be Easier Than You Might Think?

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

I have a unique position from which to comment on what may work for dental health home care. When I say, "work", I mean something that has the potential to keep gums and teeth healthy for the long haul. The reason I have this unique view point is because I sell a particular dental tool. […]

You Must Care For Your Dental Health

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Gum disease is a condition that seems to plague a good number of people, but most especially those who are advanced in age. It is also said to be a silent killer, spawning certain types of heart disease. However, the question is, is there even a way to prevent it, given its propensity?  It is said […]

Should I Use Fluoride or Not?

Saturday, December 5th, 2009

It is quite amazing when you stop to consider all of the different ideas and notions about proper dental care. These seemingly conflicting theories leave the patient – or more accurately – the consumer, in a sea of bewilderment most of the time. For instance, is fluoride in mouthwash and toothpaste good or bad? Many […]

Prevention is Better Than Cure and Always Has Been…

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

Personal Dental Care There more I hear from people interested in the hydro floss, the more impressed I am. I have my own experience with this device as well and I’m very happy with what it can do in regards to my dental health. Many dentists are also recommending the hydro floss. This is because […]

Change is on the Horizon for the Dental Care Industry

Friday, October 16th, 2009

gum disease Change is right around the corner. There are many things on the horizon. For example, they can regrow teeth if there is any root left alive. It has been done in a lab. But when will it be commercially available? Who knows? Gum tissue can be grown in the lab from the patient’s […]

How To Avoid Gum Disease

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

dental care Brushing and flossing are not always enough to stop gum disease, you often need much more than that. Your personal dental care is very important. But you still need to make sure that you brush and floss everyday too. In order to avoid the problems that are presented by this disease, here are […]

The Scary Woes Of Gum Disease

Monday, September 21st, 2009

hydro floss We typically think of our mouth as a vehicle for talking and eating. We overlook caring for it while attracting bacteria day in and day out. Some bad bacteria can attack your gums and teeth. This could start the early stages of gum disease, also medically termed periodontal disease, if not looked after. […]

How To Avoid and Fight Periodontal Disease

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

dental care What is gum disease exactly?- Gum disease can be but is not often an extremely painful and uncomfortable infection affecting the tissue and bone area around teeth. Bacteria found in plaque and tartar build-up is the one and only culprit causing the infection. Bacteria in turn is caused by a lack of proper […]

Watch Out for Gum Disease – It Can Sneak Up On You!

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

dental care Definition- Gum disease also known as Periodontitis refers to infection in the area in and around teeth specifically the tissue and bone. The main cause of infection is bacteria found in the tartar and plaque build-up caused by a lack of oral hygiene. Large amounts of toxins are found in the bacteria, having […]

You Can Prevent Periodontal Disease…

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

oral irrigator What is a Periodontal disease? It is a highly developed stage of gum and tissue inflammation. Your periodontist will be able to identify it on your periodical visits. After all you pay him big money to avoid losing your teeth. But besides your dentist, you could invest in a hydro floss, which should […]