Oral Care Basics

  • Oral Care Basics

    Good overall health requires great oral health. The mouth is the gateway to the rest of the body, so it should come as little surprise that many serious health issues are linked to problems that first started in the mouth.The oral health care needs of every patient is different.Just like no 2 people are the same, the same goes for what treatments they require, and what products and aids might be useful for maintaining good hygiene.
    When you have a question - the best and easiest solution is to talk to your dentist.

Brushing Basics
toothbrush_under_running_water-featuredEffective removal of plaque depends more on the brushing technique than on the toothbrush itself.
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Oral Care Products and Aids
Oral Care Products and AidsThere are many oral health products available today for many different purposes.The best way to…
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Caring for natural teeth
teeth-careMany factors go into maintaining good oral hygiene and ensuring your smile is full and bright.
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Denture Care
denture-care-ht-plusIt might come as a surprise, but dentures build up plaque and tartar just like natural teeth. Maintaining good oral…
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The Importance of a Good Diet
healthy-diet-HT-plusIn a perfect world, there would be no cavities – but unfortunately that would mean there would …
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Oral Care During Cancer Treatment
oral-caceer-care-Healthy-teeth-plus-featuredDental concerns should be looked after prior to cancer treatment. It is recommended visiting a …
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Oral Health & Other Medications
oral-health-medicine-HTplusKnowledge is power. Your dentist will tell you, the more information they know about your overall health and current medications as possible, the easier to better understand your oral health needs.
Knowledge is power. Your dentist will tell you, the more information they know about your overall health and current medications as possible, the easier to better understand your oral health needs.Because we knowgood overall health requires great oral health, and the mouth is the gateway to the rest of the body, it should come as little surprise that many serious health issues are linked to problems that first started in the mouth. And the same goes with any medications you may be taking.
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