Two Natural Remedies For Toothaches

Posted on: 2 May 2016

Toothaches don't generally go away on their own. To relieve the pain permanently, you need to treat the problem that's causing the pain, which in a lot of cases requires a trip to the dentist. However, that doesn't mean that you have to suck it up and deal with the pain until you can get to the dentist. Instead, try one of these home remedies to get some temporary pain relief.
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3 Tips For Choosing The Perfect Toothbrush

Posted on: 24 March 2016

The first step to taking good care of your teeth is to have the perfect toothbrush. A good toothbrush will be easier to use which will make brushing more pleasant and will encourage you to do it more often. Plus, it will do a better job of getting your teeth nice and clean. If you consider these three things when shopping for a toothbrush, you can ensure that you choose the right one for your needs.
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Don't Be Ashamed To Smile! Four Amazing Home Tricks To Whiten Your Teeth

Posted on: 24 March 2016

Are you hiding your beautiful smile because of coffee stains? Coffee stains on the teeth are the worst and can be among the hardest stains to remove from your tooth's enamel. Luckily, there are several home ingredients that you can use to slowly start the process of whiter and brighter teeth. Below is a list of the most common and effective ingredients to use.   Table Salt One of the easiest and best common home ingredients you can use on your teeth is salt.
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Three Natural Ingredients That Will Reduce The Pain And Swelling Associated With Dental Crowns

Posted on: 9 February 2016

It is normal to have mild bleeding and pain after you get crowns. Your gums will be swollen and inflamed, leading to even more pain. If you find this pain to be unbearable, but don't like to take over-the-counter medications, there is hope. There are several homemade remedies for dental pain that you can use that are both effective and safe. Don't suffer through the pain alone. Below is a list of simple tricks that you can use to stop the pain and, chances are, the ingredient are already lurking in your kitchen.
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