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'Teeth' - 38 Article Result(s)

  • Top 5 Teeth Whitening Home Remedies

    Do you want to get rid of yellow teeth? Here are Incredible teeth whitening natural remedies and tips you should try at home.

  • Eat your way to whiter teeth

    Teeth whitening treatment has become increasingly popular in recent years, thanks to modern lifestyle. But it is now possible to achieve one at home. Eating apple on daily basis and chewing gum is beneficial when ...

  • Food items That May Damage Teeth

    Food items like hard boiled sweets and dried fruits tantalise taste buds, but they may attack your teeth for worse.Femalefirst.co.uk shares a list of some of the culprits:* Dried fruit: They are sticky and high ...

  • How Brushing Your Teeth Twice a Day Can Revitalise Your Heart

    What have brushing and cleaning your teeth to do with your heart? A lot, say health experts, suggesting that taking care of your teeth and gums will not only help keep oral hygiene but also ...

  • Brushing Your Teeth with Baking Soda: Is it Safe or Not?

    Baking Soda works as an excellent agent against plaque formation by tea, coffee, tobacco thereby lending you those shiny pearly whites. But is it really all pros and no cons?

  • How to Get Rid of Tartar: 7 Natural Ways

    Tartar arises from plague, when plague stays for a longer time on your teeth, it hardens and turns into tartar.

  • This Popular Remedy for Whiter Teeth Might be Ineffective

    For long people across the world have sworn by the strawberry-baking soda mixture for whiter teeth. But a recent research conducted by Ran Kwon from the University of Iowa proves otherwise. It states that the ...

  • Fizzy drinks as harmful as drugs for teeth

    It's time to cut down on fizzy drinks. New research indicates that they are as bad for your teeth as drugs.The study is based on the experience of woman in her 30s. She drank two ...

  • Acidity in mouth spoils teeth

    A study by leading oral hygiene brand Pepsodent says that mouth acidity, caused by sugary foods, fizzy drinks and other acidic food items, can damage the teeth by softening their roots. "Acidity is not just ...

  • Green Smoothies Good for Health, but Not for Teeth

    Consuming green vegetables is the best way to stay healthy. Infact green smoothies are lapping up as the latest health trend but it could dull your smile as it stains the teeth. The colour in ...