We’re living longer, healthier lives, and that includes the reasonable expectation that if we take proper care of our teeth, they will take care of us for years to come.
You brush your teeth two or three times a day. But while you’re cleaning up those pearly whites, have you ever wondered about the evolution of the tools? No?
Who doesn’t want whiter teeth?
It’s undeniable that eating and drinking are among the most enjoyable everyday pleasures, especially when we share those times with our family and friends.
What are the first things you notice about people when you meet them in-person?
Mouthwash has been recommended by dental professionals for many years.
Visiting the toothbrush aisle in a store can be overwhelming.
If you are in the habit of having regular dental checkups and cleanings (and we certainly hope you are!
Have you ever thought about the fact that most people’s 32 adult teeth grow in by the time they’re ages 12 to 14?
How many times in your life have you brushed your teeth? Probably thousands, and you have probably done it the same way each time. But are you performing this important task correctly?