Here, we will take a look at how to properly clean your tongue, sometimes this action is also called tongue scraping. Tongue cleaning is an ancient habit that carries huge benefits for your oral health and your breath… but it needs to be done consistently and correctly. Get into the habit today and find out how to clean your tongue properly.
You may have heard that there is a relationship between poor oral health and heart disease. Numerous studies have demonstrated that those with poor oral health are more likely to suffer from other health issues, such as heart disease in particular. While this is a complex relationship, it can help to better understand this link by looking at an example of how this can work in your body.
Could ordinary, everyday products help to inactivate and slow the transmission of human coronaviruses? Several scientific studies were carried out to research this possibility. And the results support the effectiveness of everyday rinses (including baby shampoo and over-the-counter mouthwashes) at lowering the transmission and spread of the human corona virus.
What exactly is keto breath? While bad breath is unpleasant in any form, keto comes from a different source than most chronic bad breath. And it has a different smell and “taste.” Most chronic bad breath is caused by bacterial overgrowth in the mouth. This type of bad breath has a really stinky odor, quite often smelling like rotten eggs due to the Sulphur gas given off by the bacteria. There are remedies for bad breath, so read on...
After 8 years of development, we think that we have perhaps created the best toothpaste you can buy for both cleaning power and for sensitivity relief.
Just as like our other products, this toothpaste was researched and developed by our renowned holistic dentist, Dr. Paul O'Malley. Our advanced formulation is designed to provide superior sensitivity relief and to naturally whiten your teeth.
Sensitive teeth can not only cause discomfort and pain but they are generally a sign of weakening enamel which opens the door to further tooth decay and other health issues.
The question of chewing sugary gums, or any kind of candy, has long since been answered as bad for your teeth. The sugars feed the cavity causing bacteria in your mouth, they produce lots of acid and this then destroys your teeth and encourages gum disease.
But how about non-sugar gums? Can they actually help in the fight against tooth decay?
Like many timeworn sayings, we often repeat these without really thinking about them. As kids, we all learned that apples=good health, but few of us, if any, ever investigated if that were true or not. Since our business and interests lie more with oral health, than overall health, let’s just say that the idea of eating more fresh fruits and veggies is generally a plus in terms of your health and well-being. But what about your oral health? Apples do contain quite a bit of natural sugars and even acids. How could they be good for your teeth?
It would seem logical that with all the care we give to our teeth today, that our ancestors should not have any teeth left at all. Right? So, it can seem perplexing that our ancient ancestors, talking cavemen here, rarely had any signs of tooth decay. The answer to this caveman riddle is simple, their diets were far simpler than ours and contained far fewer carbohydrates–with grains and sugars almost non-existent.