How Oil Pulling Could Help You with Your Oral Health.
19 July 2016
If you've been worrying about your oral health recently, perhaps you have been planning a visit to the dentist. Yet you shouldn't just be thinking about best hygiene practices when it's time for some dental work. You know that you need to floss and brush daily, but perhaps you should consider oil pulling too?
How Can It Help?
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4 Reasons to See a Dentist About Your Toothache Even If Money Is Tight
30 June 2016
When you are going through tough financial times, you may try to put off as many expenses as possible until you get back on your feet. However, waiting until your next pay packet comes in before you address a toothache could have disastrous consequences. Here are four reasons to book a dental appointment right away, even if you're trying to save money.
1. Delaying Could Lead to Higher Costs
When your tooth starts hurting, it could be a sign that decay is progressing from the tooth enamel to the sensitive inner parts of the tooth.
Are You Brushing Your Teeth Correctly? 5 Common Mistakes that People Make
15 June 2016
You may think you're on top of your game when it comes to caring for your teeth; after all, you floss, you brush at least twice a day -- and yet your dentist still has quibbles when you go for your regular checkups. So, what gives? Well, there is a chance that you are not brushing your teeth properly. It sounds crazy, but ask your dentist; many of us, despite our best intentions, just don't brush our teeth right.
The Lowdown on Oil Pulling for Dental Health
26 May 2016
You may have heard of the latest oil pulling craze, which promises whiter teeth and healthier gums. But does oil pulling really make your mouth healthier? Can you use it as an alternative to dentists? Read on to get the lowdown on this latest sensation.
What Is Oil Pulling?
Oil pulling involves you taking a small mouthful of food-based oil and swishing it around your mouth and through your teeth for 10 - 20 minutes a day before spitting it out.