Sniffing Gasoline is Hard on Dental Health!

Did you know that the using tobacco, marijuana, and gasoline sniffing (increasingly common among youngsters around the world) is associated with increased risk of periodontal disease?Australian investigators found significantly higher rates gum disease among those who sniff gas or smoke tobacco or pot, compared to those who did not.PositiveTip: Help prevent unnecessary dental problems. Get…

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Halitosis—aka “bad breath”

Halitosis, or bad breath, is mostly from bacteria, dead cells and food breakdown. So to eliminate bad breath:brush your teeth after you eat for at least two minutes; brush your tongue to get rid of old food and dead cells; floss daily; take care of your gums; anddrink adequate amounts of water to avoid “dry mouth”. Rinse with plenty…

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