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WATERPIK AQUARIUS WATER FLOSSER RECOMMENDED IN NYTIMES
added on: September 18, 2019 | By: Dr. Earl Larson

In a recent article on oral health in the NY Times, cleaning between the teeth is cited as an important way to maintain healthy gums.  We all know that traditional flossing is effective, but recent products like the Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser which has the ADA Seal of Acceptance can… Read More

AND YOU THOUGHT THERE WAS NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT BAD BREATH
added on: July 22, 2015 | By: Dr. Earl Larson

Bad breath can be serious business.  It can affect your job, your relationships, and especially how other people perceive you. It can even be a sign of health issues.  Now there is a  video that takes a humorous look at a serious subject from Lifehacker (6/23, Gordon)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0FAVR6_ZEQ

WANT WHITER TEETH, TRY YOUR DENTIST FIRST
added on: March 30, 2015 | By: Dr. Earl Larson

A recent article New York Times (3/21 St. Louis) confirms that the best place to get whiter teeth is in the dental office. Not only can your dentist provide you with higher concentrations of bleach thereby speeding up the process, but a dentist can also provide you with the best… Read More

SPARE THE WHIP, SPOIL THE CHILD
added on: February 23, 2015 | By: Dr. Earl Larson

Fox News (2/17,Kwan) recently reported on a study of 132 parent /child groups who presented to Nationwide Children’s Hospital for their first dental visit. The study compared the behavior of the children of “authoritative” parents with those of “permissive” parents at that visit and also the amount of tooth decay… Read More

RECYCLABLE TOOTHBRUSHES?
added on: February 9, 2015 | By: Dr. Earl Larson

In a new twist on the American Dental Association recommendation to replace your toothbrush every three months, a report in Natural Health Magazine (2/9) offers several alternatives to the traditional toothbrush manufactures designed to chip away at the nearly 100 million pounds of toothbrushes that would end up in landfills if… Read More

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