Charcoal’s unique properties make it ideal for lifting impurities from skin and teeth, deodorizing underarms and soothing upset stomachs.
Canker sores and cold sores are infections that occur on, around or inside the mouth. While they have similar symptoms (pain and discomfort while eating and talking) and are often confused with one another, these two maladies of the mouth are distinctly different and it’s important to note that difference […]
You know the drill (or how to avoid one!) for good dental care: Brush, floss, rinse. But ingredients like fluoride or alcohol in many dental care products are potentially harmful. Here are a few natural ways to take care of your teeth and gums—and keep you smiling! No to: Fluoride […]
It is no coincidence that a strong correlation exists between oral health and overall health. After all, most foreign matter enters the body through the mouth. Still, even the most health conscious among us are often guilty of neglecting our dental health. Research from the past ten years demonstrates that […]
As you know, maintaining good dental health is important for good overall health (especially cardiovascular health) And a white smile shows you take pride in your appearance–the American Dental Association has even published studies that show that people with a white, bright smile exude confidence, success and even wealth. But […]
Canker sores are painful, open sores in the mouth that are white or yellow and surrounded by a bright red area. The exact cause of canker sores is not known, but stress and tissue injuries have been known to lead to the development of these often-embarrassing sores. A niacin deficiency […]