Brush your teeth! It’s the mantra that Moms and Dads all over the country shout to their children from an early age. Everyone knows that brushing leads to good dental health, fewer cavities, and fresher breath. But sometimes, it’s tough for kids and adults to muster up the energy to do it! Read more
Is it time to replace your toothbrush again? You should purchase a new toothbrush every four to six months. There are so many different options available, so how do you know which one is right for you? Here’s some ways to tell. Read more
You all know why you need to brush your teeth; it is essential for good oral health and it can provide you with fresh breath, healthy gums, and strong teeth. As long as you are using a toothbrush and toothpaste, it doesn’t matter what kind of toothbrush you use, right? Actually, it does matter. Read more
Dental hygiene is far from a recent development: throughout human history, people everywhere and in every society have done their best to keep their teeth clean and healthy. Failing that, they searched for ways to get unhealthy teeth out of their mouths as quickly and as painlessly as possible. Read more
Brushing your baby teeth seems like an exercise in futility. After all, it’s not like they’re going to stick around for very long – just half a dozen years or so and their replacements will start popping in one after another. So what’s the point in keeping them clean and cavity free when they won’t be around for the long haul? Read more
While it’s important to make sure you’re brushing your teeth regularly, it’s also important that you’re brushing correctly. Brushing your teeth is one of the most important things you can do for your overall oral health, and we at Community Dental Group want to help you to master the ultimate brushing technique! A few tips to keep in mind while brushing your teeth are: Read more
Your toothbrush is probably the single most important item when it comes to your dental hygiene. It’s also an item that so many people forget to plan around when they are traveling!
When you travel, you risk being in situations where getting basic necessities is impossible or inconvenient for days at a time. That being the case, it’s important to make sure that you are still able to maintain your dental health routine while you are away. Read more
When you get used to using a particular toothbrush, you might not think too frequently about the idea that it needs to be changed on a regular basis. If your toothbrush is working for you, then a bit of maintenance like this can be easily overlooked. Read more
In today’s health-conscious society, many people are concerned about the sources of illness that might be around them. In addition to maintaining a healthy diet and proper exercise, it’s vital to notice and be aware of things that might lead to infection.
Although we each use toothbrushes every day, when handled incorrectly they can be a source of contact with germs and even viruses. Bacteria can thrive in warm, wet environments such as the common bathroom, so it’s important to take risk factors into account. Read more
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Newbury Park, CA, United States
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