Teeth naturally begin to discolor with age, as enamel wears and yellowish dentin underneath begins to show through. Here are 11 causes of yellow teeth. Read more: Why Do I Have Yellow Teeth? Article
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Dental Health: Diseases Caused by Unhealthy Teeth and Gums
Is your mouth healthy? Teeth and gums can warn you about diseases like diabetes, anemia, and osteoporosis. Find out why gum...
Top Tips for Beautiful Teeth and Gums
Explore tips for beautiful teeth and gums. Brighten your smile and keep healthy gums with these easy and simple tools.
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Many teeth-whitening systems are available, including whitening toothpastes, over-the-counter gels, rinses, strips, and trays,...
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The teeth are the hardest substances in the human body. See a picture of the Teeth and learn more about the health topic.
Teeth Whitening: Facts, Types, and Products That Work
What is the best teeth whitening option for you? Learn about different teeth whitening products such as teeth whitening strips,...
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How Much Does it Cost to Get Your Teeth Whitened By a Dentist?
Getting your teeth whitened is a way to brighten your smile and make yourself feel better about your appearance. The cost of prescription teeth whitening at the dentist's office is usually $400.
Why Is Peroxide Good for Your Teeth and Gums?
Hydrogen peroxide is a clear liquid oxidizing agent. Hydrogen peroxide is good for your teeth and gums because it whitens teeth and helps fight inflammation.
How Can I Heal My Teeth Naturally?
Brushing and flossing your teeth regularly are the best ways to keep your teeth healthy. Mouthwash can also help. Try these natural tooth care remedies to protect your smile.
Protect Your Teeth: 19 Bad Dental Habits to Avoid
Bad dental habits can wreck your teeth. Teeth grinding, chewing on ice, playing sports without a mouth guard, and eating and drinking sugary foods and drinks are just a few bad habits that are bad for teeth. Giving nighttime baby bottles, opening things with your teeth, and chewing on pencils can also damage teeth and tissues in the mouth. Drinking red wine and white wine can erode enamel and stain teeth. Smoking, tobacco use, drinking coffee can all lead to tooth stains. Binge eating disorder leads to the consumption of large amounts of sugary food, which can lead to tooth decay. Purging exposes teeth to acids that can wear down enamel.
Is Hydrogen Peroxide Safe or Harmful for Your Teeth?
Hydrogen peroxide is a versatile product with many uses, from home cleaning to medical applications. Hydrogen peroxide should only be used short-term because cell damage to the pulp can limit the regrowth of the enamel.
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