From over-the-counter strips to professional treatments at a dentist’s office, the options for achieving bright pearly whites are endless.
et care isn’t immune to the game. To help clear things up, here’s a list of some of the most popular misconceptions about pet health and the truth behind them.
Some of the most commonly marketed “oral health improvement” items are considered unsafe, unwholesome and/or downright unhelpful by board-certified veterinary dentists (and plenty of run-of-the-mill vets like me, too).
Brush twice a day, floss often, use mouthwash…and eat? The secret to healthy teeth for life might be in the refrigerator, not the toothpaste aisle.
When you’re craving a soft drink, the last thing you need is a lecture—actually, a lecture may be the second-to-last thing.
Many at-home teeth whitening tricks people swear by are in fact bad for your teeth, and others are just odd. Brushing your teeth with wood ash? I’ll pass.
Mehmet Oz hosts a popular TV show that reaches millions of people. He offers a constant stream of medical advice, and he is popular because he makes his topics sound dramatic, or exciting, or surprising, or all three.
A new study found energy drinks and sports drinks basically wash your teeth in acid.