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Mouthwash: To rinse or not to rinse?

by NOA Dental Clinic on Oct 24, 2014 in Dental

Studies have shown that regular tooth brushing along with the use of a mouthwash can significantly reduce plaque and gingivitis, more so than just brushing. The reason being, brushing focuses on just the teeth, which is just 25% of the mouth, whereas a mouth rinse can reach nearly all of the mouth’s surfaces. Even with regular brushing and flossing, bacteria often gets left behind. Brushing along with the use of a germ killing mouth rinse twice a day can significantly reduce plaque as well as gingivitis.

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Top 6 Tips to maintain a clean Toothbrush

Top 6 Tips to maintain a clean Toothbrush

by NOA Dental Clinic on Oct 21, 2014 in Oral Health

The following are simple toothbrush storage tips to keep your brush as germ-free as possible...

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Secrets to Fresh Breath

Secrets to Fresh Breath

by NOA Dental Clinic on Oct 17, 2014 in Oral Health

“About 75 percent of bad breath or halitosis is caused by the mouth itself. Other causes include gastric problems, sinus infections or severe gum disease,” says Mark Wolff, DDS, Ph.D., director of operative dentistry at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

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Can improving oral health prevent heart related problems?

Can improving oral health prevent heart related problems?

by NOA Dental Clinic on Oct 13, 2014 in Oral Health

The notion that problems in the mouth cause disease elsewhere in the body makes sense but has been difficult to prove.

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From Gum Diseases To Healthy Gums

From Gum Diseases To Healthy Gums

by NOA Dental Clinic on Oct 08, 2014 in Oral Health

Most people who are suffering from gum disease are not really aware of it because the progression of the disease is slow and painless. It all starts with the bacteria forming a yellowish coating called dental plaque on your teeth. If this plaque is not removed properly during brushing, over time it ends up solidifying and forming what is called as calculus or tartar.

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