Krystan Gatlin
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Xylitol Mouthwash:  Mix 1 tsp pure xylitol, ¼ tsp sea salt & ¼ tsp calcium lactate in a glass & cover with hot water. Stir to dissolve the powders. Wait until it’s a comfortable temp. Rinse & gargle with mixture. Take your time. The longer the exposure to your teeth & gums, the better. Try to do this at least a few times a day. Doing so may lead to better breath & stronger teeth & gums. gm

Xylitol for Dental Health (remineralisation of teeth) recipe for DIY Xylitol rinse. xylitol, sea salt, calcium lactate - dissolve in hot water. try to rinse a day.

A guide to your dental health, childrens dental care at a glance

Is your child suffering from baby bottle tooth decay? This occurs when a child’s teeth are exposed to too much sugar from drinks. View this infographic from a family dentist in Seattle for more facts about baby bottle tooth decay.

What every #dental patient should know! Cammarata Pediatric Dentistry, pediatric dentist in Houston, TX @ kids-teeth.com

Dentists typically recommend that their patients come in for a visit once every six months. Check out this infographic from a family dentist in Frederick, Maryland, to learn about common dental questions and the truth behind oral hygiene myths.

What problems could poor dental health cause? Dentaltown > The Oral-Systemic Health Connection > According to the American Academy of Periodontology, several studies have shown periodontal disease to be associated with heart disease. http://www.dentaltown.com/MessageBoard/thread.aspx?s=2&f=1924&t=221863&pg=1&r=3610993 #DentalHealth #Dentistry #OralSystemicLink

What problems could poor dental health cause? Dentaltown > The Oral-Systemic Health Connection > According to the American Academy of Periodontology, several studies have shown periodontal disease to be associated with heart disease.

Dental Hygiene

Effects of Poor Dental Hygiene on Your Body. Take care of your teeth. Whether you like it or not, you will be judged by others for having nasty teeth. Brush, rinse, floss, and see the dentist twice a year!