Don’t have time to brush your teeth after lunch? Eating an apple produces saliva in your mouth, which rinses away bacteria and food particles, and the fibrous texture of the fruit also stimulates the gums. Pack an apple in your lunch to give your mouth a good scrubbing to tide you over until you can brush.
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If you brush and floss regularly and steer clear of Laffy Taffy, you might think you’ve got great oral hygiene. Not so fast. Many seemingly innocent everyday habits can damage your teeth-causing decay, eroding enamel or literally cracking teeth in half. #Dental #YouShouldKNow #FYI
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Smoking is for chimneys, imaginary dragons and serious Texas barbecue. If you aren't any of those things, you should reconsider your tobacco-filled habits. Here's why: