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Be Careful with That Toothbrush! by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Mon 16 Aug 2010 7:03am Dumb warning labels are always good for a laugh – say, warnings not to use a hairdryer in the bathtub or while sleeping. Aren’t these things common sense? Well…yes. Yet we humans are profoundly fallible. Sometimes we act like we’re invincible – in total control so whatever we do, nothing can harm us. Sometimes, we think like kids, and kids ... Read on »
Bluetooth Tooth Brush–Send Your Brushing Habits to Your Dentist, Please Not This.…. by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 8:18pm How far is monitoring going to go?  If you read the article the author goes on to say that their doctor could careless about the numbers from their Fitbit as they probably don’t have time for that, which brings up a good question as to how much monitoring do doctors have time for and what kind of monitoring? According to the article it wil ... Read on »
Tooth Brush Abrasion by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 24 Dec 2008 3:12pm   Dentistry has been so successful over the last few decades at educating and convincing the public about the value of their teeth that we are now commonly observing  “tooth brush abrasion”.  Patients are now brushing on a regular basis and many as often as three or four times a day. Actually, if you use a proper brushing technique, you ... Read on »
Biting the Tongue That Bleeds Me by Tammy Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:05am I do have stories to tell and comments and emails to answer but I have been trying to deal with a change in my work schedule. My boss asked me if I would be interested in working days, and I said yes, so she scheduled me from 2 a.m. ’til noon. It wasn’t what I had thought of when she had said days, but I was willing to give it a try. Sunday (my n ... Read on »
My tongue is bleeding! by Laura Patient Expert Posted Tue 05 Apr 2011 8:52pm Sweet tweet Read on »
Electric Tooth Brushes by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 13 Nov 2011 7:32pm Dr. Ellie, Can you tell me your opinion of electric toothbrushes and whether one could use them with your mouth care system? I'd very much appreciate hearing your thoughts on them. CH Hi CH, Research shows that it does not matter what kind of brush you use - a manual brush can ... Read on »
Top Tooth Brushing Mistakes by Marielaina Perrone DDS Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 5:51am Tooth brushing has been a part of our lives since we can remember. It has become an activity that, for most, seems to be second nature. Brushing your teeth, as with any habit, can become tedious. You may forget the proper way and get sloppy, or may never have learned proper tooth brushing techniques to Read on »
Tooth Brush Hygiene in Essential by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 08 May 2011 10:36pm Hi Dr. Ellie, I was really hoping I would be able to send you this Email, and it feels fantastic to finally be able to. I wrote you a couple of weeks ago with a few questions, and mentioned that it was tough for me to have faith in something when everything else I’ve tried previously didn’t work. Well, I’m so happy that I put my faith i ... Read on »
Study linking regular tooth-brushing with reduced risk of heart disease should remind us of why cholesterol is unlikely to be th by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 03 Jun 2010 3:03pm A study published last week in the British Medical Journal has linked irregular toothbrushing with an increased risk of heart disease: individuals who rarely or never brushed their teeth were found to be at a 70 per cent increased risk of ‘cardiovascular events’ (e.g. heart attacks and strokes) compared to regular brushers [1]. Why? Well, [...] Read on »
Sugarless chewing gum is a great means of cleaning your teeth folks who wants MapleStory Mesos use a tooth brush with you everyw by karahangold Posted Fri 31 May 2013 6:34am    Sugarless chewing gum is a great means of cleaning your teeth folks who wantsMapleStory Mesosuse a tooth brush with you everywhere. Gnaw a bit of sugarless gum to completely clean the teeth after consuming a smaller munch. Keep in mind that chewing gum is not best for your teeth whether or not this consists of any kind of sugars. Don't use an ... Read on »