The Strategy Of Whitening Teeth With Activated Charcoal

Is it possible that charcoal -- that black material used in barbecue grills -- can actually whiten teeth? Actually, it's a substance known as activated charcoal that people are using for this purpose. Consult a dentist before giving it a try: About Activated Charcoal Activated charcoal is a purified form of charcoal used in alternative and conventional medicine. It absorbs toxins in the digestive system and carries them out of the body in the waste elimination process. Read More 

5 Dental Supplies To Include In Your First Aid Kit

Most homes have a well-stocked first aid kit to treat injuries and illnesses that may arise from day to day. What these first aid kits don't prepare a family for is treating dental emergencies. So, what should your first aid kit include to ensure that you are prepared for any dental emergency that may occur? Below, you will find out exactly what you should have on hand in case of dental emergencies. Read More 

Are Your Brace-Facing Your Competition At Work? Tips To Clean Your Braces While At Work

The underlying health of your teeth is important, but repairing the overall look of your teeth with orthodontic care is a smart investment. Considering a healthy and attractive smile can increase your self-esteem and confidence, choosing to get braces as an adult can be a smart move for your career. Unfortunately, food can easily wedge in between your traditional metal braces, making you feel self-conscious, especially when around your coworkers. If you are part of the 1 million Americans 18 years of age and older with braces, consider using these tips to clean your braces at work. Read More 

3 Things Lupus Sufferers Need To Know About Cavities

Lupus is a serious autoimmune disease that leads to inflammation and damage throughout the body. According to the Lupus Foundation of America, it affects about 1.5 million people in the United States. If you're one of them, you probably already know that your condition can cause a lot of health complications, but you may not know that cavities are one of them. Here's what you need to know about lupus and cavities. Read More 

3 Myths About Root Canals Exposed

It is normal to have a little bit of fear about root canals. You may have heard about how they can be painful, take a long time to perform, and may not even save the tooth. In order to feel comfortable about getting a root canal done, you must know the truth behind these 3 myths. Your Tooth Will Have To Eventually Be Pulled While it is true that a tooth with a root canal may need to be extracted later in life, it is not always necessary. Read More