Teeth Vs. Soda: What Soda Does to Your Teeth

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April 20, 2013

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Teeth Vs. Soda: What Soda Does to Your Teeth

Are you a soda drinker? Have you ever wondered what the effect of drinking soda has on your teeth? Check out the infographic below and see just how much of an effect that soda has on those pearly…

April 20, 2013

Food and White Teeth: The Complete Series

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August 09, 2012

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Food and White Teeth: The Complete Series

We've all been told to avoid red wine, dark berries, and black coffee in our quests for pearly whites, but what about foods that actually brighten your smile? Try these natural solutions…

August 09, 2012 | Popular

Food and White Teeth 107: Dark Chocolate

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August 04, 2012

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Food and White Teeth 107: Dark Chocolate

Not only do I love dark chocolate for it's rich taste...But did you know that dark chocolate can strengthen your teeth?  Weak tooth enamel can encourage staining by allowing foods to soak…

August 04, 2012

Food and White Teeth 106: Milk

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August 04, 2012

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Food and White Teeth 106: Milk

Such as cheese, milk is rich in calcium. It is part of benefactor’s foods to keep teeth white. Like water, it is one of the only liquid which does not stain teeth, unlike colored drinks. But…

August 04, 2012

Food and White Teeth 105: Carrots

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August 02, 2012

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Food and White Teeth 105: Carrots

Carrots can also function as a natural tooth whitener. Like apples, carrots are a hard, crunchy food that rids the teeth of plaque during the chewing process. Carrots make us chew and therefore…

August 02, 2012

Food and White Teeth 104: Oranges

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July 29, 2012

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Food and White Teeth 104: Oranges

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you – a great smile can make all the difference to your look as well as giving you a massive confidence-boost. Eating tart…

July 29, 2012

Food and White Teeth 103: Cheese

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July 26, 2012

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Food and White Teeth 103: Cheese

There's growing evidence indicating that eating a small amount of cheese after a meal can potentially help to prevent tooth decay and promote enamel re-mineralization. Not only does cheese contain…

July 26, 2012

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