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Valentine’s Day Tips

Valentine’s Day is here! Before you make reservations for a romantic dinner or any other event involving food, we at Charlotte Dentistry® are here to make sure that you are not accidentally confronted by bad breath during a particularly awkward moment! Check out our list of typical […]

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Are water flossers beneficial?

What You Ought to Know about Water Flossers Your teeth are irreplaceable assets, so you need to protect and maintain them. A visit to the dentist is a hernia for many people. Therefore, good oral hygine practices are a must-do; it pays off. Some of your dental […]

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How Does Diet Affect Our Dental Health?

Many people think that brushing your teeth a few times daily and flossing regularly will put them firmly on the road toward a healthy smile, when the truth could be that they’re damaging their teeth every day. Brushing and flossing are only the start to a healthy […]

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Antibiotics Before Dental Work

There has been much debate in the medical community, from both dentists and orthopedists, regarding the use of antibiotics as a preventative measure before dental procedures. There is evidence to support and deny the benefits and risks of using antibiotics prior to surgery, but there are still […]

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A History of Halitosis

Humans have had bad breath forever, but in the 1920’s the fine folks at Listerine honed in on Americans’ social anxiety and created one of the most advertisey terms America has ever heard: halitosis. Where did the word come from? Halitosis sounds severely medical, and that is […]

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Sugarless Gum: More Than Fresh Breath

Growing up, I was told chewing gum was bad for your teeth. But, recent clinical studies suggest otherwise (ok, I have to admit, Double Bubble and Bazooka were my favorites and they did not make the study). The study found that chewing “ADA approved” sugarless gum for […]

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How to Take Care of Your Toothbrush

Proper toothbrush care is an important part of your oral health, especially during cold and flu season. Your toothbrush can serve as a breeding ground for harmful bacteria, which could lead to illness. These tips will help keep your brush in good shape and make sure you […]

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3 Good Reasons to Scrape Your Tongue

You probably take care of your teeth and gums, but what about your tongue? That’s a large surface to leave uncleaned, and the best way to take care of it is by using a tongue scraper. That may sound like torture, but it’s actually an easy step […]

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Adults Don’t Need To Worry About Cavities, Right?

A lot of us have heard that once you’re past your teens, you don’t have to worry about tooth decay. Your teeth have matured and the enamel is hard and sturdy, so your days of cavities are over, right? Actually, they’re not! Unfortunately, this just isn’t true. […]

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Avoiding Dental Horror For Halloween

Halloween is a horror movie for dental health, as kids (and adults) are assailed with all sorts of sweet treats. But there are ways to protect your little goblins and ghouls by making taking care of your teeth part of the holiday fun. And in doing so, […]

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