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Coffee, tea, wine, tomato sauce and many other foods and drinks are among the teeth staining foods. Should we avoid these foods? Of course not (except soda)! There’re some easy ways to enjoy these foods and have whiter teeth. Check out this poster to learn more:
Strawberries– Teeth whitener. Decreases appearance of dilated pores. Brown sugar– Excellent exfoliation for sensitive skin Lemons– Natural disinfectant, deodorizer and astringent; helpful in digestion, a natural body cleanser and skin lightener Oats– Relieve dryness, restore natural moisture balance to heal minor irritations.
Teething is the process of new teeth rising or erupting through the gums. Classic signs and symptoms of teething are: Drooling Chewing on solid objects Irritability or crankiness Sore or tender gums The symptoms of teething usually appear 3-5 days before the tooth coming out and disappear as soon as the tooth erupts the skin
Flossing is one of the most important components of oral health and you need to floss at least once a day for better results. Even a bad flossing is much better than no flossing. Flossing fights against gingivitis and prevents cavities and lessens bad breath. More importantly, flossing prevents some bacteria that may eventually cause