Dental Health

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Dental health includes teeth cleaning, caring for the gums and treating oral pain in the form of toothaches or canker sores. Take care of the teeth and mouth with tips from a license dental assistant in this free video series on dental health and care.

Series Summary

Many people today want a whiter, brighter smile. Some can achieve it with proper oral hygiene, such as regular brushing, flossing and using mouthwash. Some people need a little extra help to get their yellowing teeth to return to the land of sparkling white, especially smokers and coffee drinkers. There are a number of products that will help turn teeth a few shades whiter, including bleaching agents and toothpastes that contain whiteners. For some, these do the trick; for others, over the counter solutions are often hit and miss, with temporary results. There are a number of factors that go into dental care, from choosing the right dentist to taking care of the teeth and gums at home. In this free video series, a licensed dental assistant provides information about brushing teeth, flossing teeth and caring for sensitive teeth. Additional advice on treating canker sores, tooth aches and pain from braces is given as well. Keep the teeth and mouth clean with these dental health tips!

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  • How to Stop Grinding Teeth at Night

    Teeth grinding can be prevented with night guards made by dentists through upper and lower impressions. Discover how to stop grinding teeth at night with tips from a licensed dental… Read More

  • How to Brush Your Teeth

    Teeth brushing should be done in a circular motion while ensuring that all teeth are brushed at every angle. Brush your teeth with tips from a licensed dental assistant in… Read More

  • How to Stop a Toothache Naturally

    Toothaches can be naturally soothed by making a clove paste with cloves and water to rub on the affected area. Stop a toothache naturally with tips from a licensed dental… Read More

  • How to Correct an Overbite

    Overbites are primarily treated by orthodontists who will use braces, tooth extraction or corrective jaw surgery. Correct an overbite with tips from a licensed dental assistant in this free video… Read More

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