Do you brush for two minutes, with the correct type of brush and toothpaste? Did you know you’re supposed to spit, not rinse after brushing? And that brushing at the wrong time can cause damage?
While flossing may not be fun, it is still good for you.
Millions smiled last week when it was reported that there’s no evidence to support the flossing of teeth. A dentist sees it differently and suggests we continue the practice.
Researchers have found that treating gum disease (periodontal disease) may reduce heart disease, diabetes and other conditions…
Oral diseases are a significant burden on many people.
Bad oral health can have a significant negative impact on people’s quality of life. It can also affect other diseases that they may be suffering. But whether oral ill-health causes general health problems…