Flossing your teeth can help prevent not only dental problems, but a variety of health problems. Here are some tips for flossing and how it can benefit your health.

Flossing your teeth can help prevent not only dental problems, but a variety of health problems. Here are some tips for flossing and how it can benefit your health.

Tooth decay is not caused by bacteria, and that is why brushing and flossing don't work too often to reverse tooth decay. Tooth cavities a sign of deficiency of fat-soluble vitamins and water soluble minerals in our diet. Changing the mineral content of your blood by changing your diet and improving your mineral absorption will, in a high percentage of people, remineralize teeth :: Image of full remineralization of child's teeth

Tooth decay is not caused by bacteria, and that is why brushing and flossing don't work too often to reverse tooth decay. Tooth cavities a sign of deficiency of fat-soluble vitamins and water soluble minerals in our diet. Changing the mineral content of your blood by changing your diet and improving your mineral absorption will, in a high percentage of people, remineralize teeth :: Image of full remineralization of child's teeth

The Science of Flossing Is No Longer Settled -- A fascinating story from the Associated Press reveals that one of the most “settled” bits of science in the medical world was never based on anything better than a junk-science study: the benefits of dental floss. It somehow took almost forty years for the dental community to realize, as the AP puts it, “there’s little proof that flossing works.” This despite a bona fide legal requirement from the almighty federal government that claims in…

The Science of Flossing Is No Longer Settled -- A fascinating story from the Associated Press reveals that one of the most “settled” bits of science in the medical world was never based on anything better than a junk-science study: the benefits of dental floss. It somehow took almost forty years for the dental community to realize, as the AP puts it, “there’s little proof that flossing works.” This despite a bona fide legal requirement from the almighty federal government that claims in…

You have the best cure for cavities, gum disease, bad breath, and more, right in your kitchen cabinet ... or at least at your local supermarket

You have the best cure for cavities, gum disease, bad breath, and more, right in your kitchen cabinet ... or at least at your local supermarket

Why reading makes you a better person (as if you needed another excuse ;) ) - Kate Tilton

Why reading makes you a better person (as if you needed another excuse ;) ) - Kate Tilton

What happens to your brain when you fall in love? Includes video of 2008 TED Talk, Helen Fisher of the Department of Anthropology at Rutgers University     http://mentalfloss.com/article/48906/what-happens-your-brain-when-you-fall-love#ixzz2LCNJALk8   --brought to you by mental_floss!

What happens to your brain when you fall in love? Includes video of 2008 TED Talk, Helen Fisher of the Department of Anthropology at Rutgers University http://mentalfloss.com/article/48906/what-happens-your-brain-when-you-fall-love#ixzz2LCNJALk8 --brought to you by mental_floss!

Burnaby Sedation Dental Services Offered Fillings Crowns Veneers Bridges Root Canal Full Mouth Reconstruction Extractions Wisdom Teeth Implants Gum Surgery IV sedation General Anaesthesia BOTOX Check us out online! http://www.dentistsrus.ca

Burnaby Sedation Dental Services Offered Fillings Crowns Veneers Bridges Root Canal Full Mouth Reconstruction Extractions Wisdom Teeth Implants Gum Surgery IV sedation General Anaesthesia BOTOX Check us out online! http://www.dentistsrus.ca

People with dry mouth, gum disease, or chronic tooth decay can benefit from fluoride treatments. Acid, plaque, and bacteria strip away minerals in the teeth, but fluoride replaces them to prevent tooth decay. This infographic from a family dentist in Chantilly offers more information.

People with dry mouth, gum disease, or chronic tooth decay can benefit from fluoride treatments. Acid, plaque, and bacteria strip away minerals in the teeth, but fluoride replaces them to prevent tooth decay. This infographic from a family dentist in Chantilly offers more information.

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