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Teeth and Gums

Long before you became a part of your community and, hopefully, a contributing member of society, there were the original communities, which were made of networks of bacteria. The inhabitants of these worked together to ensure the survival of as many members as possible. Today, these communities are called biofilms and they’re found almost anywhere they can survive. Fossil records indicate they’re at least 3.25 billion years old, and they’ve been with us ever since.[1] (more…)

Halitosis, otherwise known as bad breath, is any offensive odor that comes out the mouth. Although certain conditions can cause bad breath to exist for reasons other than a failure to brush one's teeth, halitosis is usually caused by microbes and volatile sulphur compounds. These odor-causing nasties tend to thrive and proliferate most often due to a lapse in oral hygiene. Brushing your teeth, at least twice a day, flossing, and using a beneficial rinse are good standard protocol for maintaining a clean and fresh mouth. However, after a meal […]

Periodontitis is a serious gum infection marked by painful, irritating symptoms that make it challenging to eat, swallow, and speak. Although prevention is important, many people fall short because it typically involves cutting out sugar and spending more time brushing, flossing, and rinsing. Periodontal disease begins with gingivitis and progresses if steps aren’t taken. What’s surprising is recent research has shown a strong association between nutrition and periodontitis risk, particularly when it comes to vitamin B12 deficiency. (more…)

Fluoride is a known endocrine disruptor and other evidence shows fluoride is even a neurotoxin. Unfortunately, it’s still used in many dental products to this day, and the potential health concerns are unavoidable. Fortunately, when it comes to oral health, there are several fluoride-free alternatives. (more…)

Genetics is a major factor in hair loss, but it's not the only factor. [1] [2] Just what can you do to promote healthy hair? While there is no research to suggest that you can reverse hair loss, you may be able to prevent the progression. (more…)