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Water Flossing – Teeth Hygiene on Steroids

Everyone knows that flossing is needed. If you visit a dentist regularly, he will ask you if you use floss to clean between teeth. Usually, people use string floss because it is cheaper than water flossing device, but water flossing has its own benefits and advantages compared to string floss. Water flossing is a natural way …

Best Toothpaste for Babies Without Harmful Ingredients

Nowadays parents have a hard time choosing the best baby toothpaste for their kid. Natural toothpaste brands hit the market and are slowly eating the big cake of the toothpaste market. The reason for this trend are studies that show that some of the ingredients in the toothpaste are not healthy if swallowed. And how can …

Best Anti Plaque Toothpaste for Your Teeth

What is Plaque? Plaque is a colorless film that forms on teeth. It is bacteria buildup that hangs on your teeth. Because of plaque, you can have serious teeth problems. If you don’t clean your teeth and remove plaque, it will form into tartar. Tartar vs. Plaque Both tartar and plaque are build by bacteria. That …

How to Use Baking Soda as Toothpaste and Whiten Your Teeth

Baking Soda is one of those ingredients that are cheap and are used for many things. Baking Soda is used in baking cakes, removing stains on your cloth, cleaning dishes and there are some rumors that it may help in the fight against cancer, but nobody proved that yet. What is proven is that using baking …

When to Use Sensitive Teeth Toothpaste

Did you ever have sensitive teeth on cold and hot temperature? When you eat ice cream or drink hot coffee, your teeth can send you a painful signal. This pain happens because some part of your teeth is without enamel or there is a small hole that leads to the nerves of the teeth. When nerves …

Infographic: Conventional vs Natural Toothpaste

These are four reasons why you should switch your old conventional toothpaste for a new modern brand of natural toothpaste. Natural toothpaste brands avoid all kind of dangerous components found in many conventional toothpaste brands. You are free to share this infographic on your websites, blogs, social media and raise awareness of why Natural toothpaste is …

History of Additives in Toothpaste

Toothpaste, as it is known today, dates back to approximately 5000BC when Egyptians started to use pastes and powders to clean their teeth. The main goals of ancient toothpaste are similar to today, including, fresh breath, healthy gums, and a white smile. However, the ingredients of these old pastes did vary to what most people find …