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Dark Chocolate Crumbs Is Dark Chocolate Good for Your Teeth?

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It may seem counterintuitive, but the answer is yes! Sweet! The darker the chocolate, the better.The reason behind this is that dark chocolate contains the highest amount of cocoa of the three types of chocolate. Milk and white chocolate contain much less cocoa and use much more sugar and other additives. But how does the […]

Man Rinsing with Mouthwash How to Get Rid of Bad breath

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There are a number of things which can cause bad breath, or halitosis. However, it usually originates from one of two sources – the foods we eat and/ or the breakdown of food particles by bacteria living in the mouth. Your dentist can help identify the cause and will develop a treatment plan to help […]

Seal with Bad Breath Myths about Bad Breath… Do You Smell That?

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MYTH 1: My breath doesn’t smell… does it? Often the only person in a room full of people who’s unaware of a bad breath problem is the one with the problem. Have you ever tried to smell your own breath by cupping your hands. Hasn’t everybody? Unfortunately, our bodies aren’t capable of making an accurate […]

Girl Holding Her Nose Bad Breath Questions that You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask!

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My breath gets worse throughout the day, what’s going on? Do you breath through your mouth? Do you spend most of your day speaking? This is often a common problem for people whose jobs require them to speak quite a bit. Talking or breathing regularly through the mouth dries out the tissues and makes an […]

Girl with Dentist Phobia Do You Have Dental Phobia?

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Few of us will admit to not being a little anxious about going to the dentist. However, for some the prospect of just entering a dental office cripples them with fear. There’s a world of difference between the dental phobic and the patient who experiences a little apprehension just before a procedure. The classic sign […]


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