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Calcium isnt' just good for your bones

Calcium Isn’t Just Good for Bones -It Benefits Your Smile Too!

WE'VE ALL BEEN TOLD (and many of us tell our children) that milk builds strong bones. But our nutritional and dietary preferences are not only widely varied, they also change from time to time. Does milk really “do a body good”? Some believe it does, and others believe it doesn’t. Regardless of your take, you’re not alone. Today, millions of
Food That Naturally Whiten Teeth

Foods That Naturally Whiten Teeth

REGULAR BRUSHING AND FLOSSING remain your best protection against tooth decay and gum disease. However, there are some tooth-friendly foods out there that will help you maintain a bright, healthy smile and even naturally whiten your teeth! Here are some foods that help whiten your teeth. Fruits And Veggies Fruits such as apples and strawberries contain malic acid which removes
Juice Smarter Your Teeth Will Thank You

Juice Smarter: Your Teeth Will Thank You

  JUICING IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR health fads right now, but how does juice affect your smile? Juices Can Be Tough On Teeth Many juices contain high amounts of acid and sugar that can compromise healthy teeth. Frequently drinking juices with overly acidic and sugary ingredients can begin to wear away the enamel of our teeth, putting us

Soda’s War On Your Child’s Teeth

Good news for teeth: Soda consumption in the U.S. is falling.  For the eighth-straight year soda consumption has decreased to its lowest level since 1987.  Many school districts have banned sugary carbonated beverages from their cafeterias.  Well-known politicians have attempted to limit access to large quantities of soda, and even the national “Let’s Move” campaign is urging kids to drink
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Brushing Immediately After Eating May Harm Your Teeth

One of the most surprising facts of caring for your teeth is that you should actually wait at least an hour after eating before brushing.  In fact, brushing right after a meal may actually do more damage than good. Here’s why you shouldn’t brush your teeth immediately after eating. Your tooth enamel, the hardest substance in your body, works to