There are many different tooth whitening products and procedures available, including whitening toothpastes, over-the-counter gels, rinses, strips, trays, and whitening products obtained from a dentist.
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends flossing at least once a day to achieve optimal oral health. By flossing daily, you help remove plaque from the areas between your teeth that the toothbrush can’t reach. But with so many different types on the market, which kind of floss is best?
According to the American Dental Association (ADA), the toothbrush has been around for nearly 5,000 years. ‘Chew sticks’ of bone, wood, ivory, and hog bristles all were used in the past to clean teeth, and the nylon bristled toothbrush that we now use wasn’t invented until 1938.
Can’t ever find the time to take care of your teeth? According to the American Dental Association, about half of Americans don’t floss daily, and one in five don’t brush twice daily – so you’re not alone.
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) happen as a result of problems with the jaw, jaw joint, and surrounding facial muscles that control chewing and moving the jaw. These disorders are often incorrectly called TMJ, for temporomandibular joint.