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“More than 90 percent of all systemic diseases have oral manifestations, meaning that your dentist could be the first health care provider to diagnose a health problem.”

– Raymond Martin, DDS, Spokesman for the Academy of General Dentistry

 

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Foods That Are Good For Your Teeth And Gums

Foods That Are Good For Your Teeth And Gums

Introduction Food has a major influence on the health of your teeth. Have you ever heard the phrase: “You are what you eat?” This phrase applies not only to your weight, blood pressure, cholesterol levels but to the structure of your teeth as well. In fact, a healthy...

Active Ingredients In Toothpaste

Active Ingredients In Toothpaste

What are the active ingredients in toothpaste? Have you ever read the toothpaste label and wondered what do ingredients inside your toothpaste mean and how do they affect your oral health? In this article, we will explore the meaning of the ingredients inside your...

Is Fluoride Safe For Teeth?

Is Fluoride Safe For Teeth?

Fluoride Fluoride is one of the most talked-about minerals in dentistry. In patients, it evokes either fear of harm or gratitude for its positive effects on oral health. All of this is caused by the lack of awareness about fluoride products by the general public. In...

Why You Should Brush Your Teeth Twice A Day

Why You Should Brush Your Teeth Twice A Day

Introduction Over 700 species of different types of bacteria live in your mouth. Most of the time, they live in harmony with your body and will not cause you any harm. However, if you do not brush your teeth regularly, overgrowth of harmful bacteria can occur causing...

Stop Your Child From Thumb Sucking

Stop Your Child From Thumb Sucking

Every parent gets worried when they notice that their kids’ teeth are misaligned. Misaligned teeth could be due to a bad habit known as thumb sucking. Oftentimes the front teeth will start pointing forward and a gap will start forming between upper and lower teeth...

 

 

Welcome to Healthy Smile Zone and Thank You for visiting our website.

Are you looking for more information on how to keep your teeth clean and healthy? If so, look no further! At Healthy Smile Zone we are committed to providing you with the most up to date, easy to read and understand information. 

 

Information on Healthy Smile Zone focuses on preventing oral diseases rather than treating them. Preventing oral diseases is important because it will help you keep your natural teeth for as long as possible. This in turn will also save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars on painful and expensive dental procedures. 

 

Taking care of your teeth is more than just brushing twice a day, it also involves limiting the number of times you snack per day, limiting the intake of sugary and acidic foods/drinks, rinsing your mouth regularly, quitting smoking, and drinking plenty of water. Please click on the ‘Blog’ page of our website for more detailed information on how to properly take care of your teeth. 

 

Knowing how to properly take care of your teeth will also allow you to pass on the knowledge to your family and kids so that everyone can benefit from healthy smiles!

 

On Healthy Smile Zone you can also learn about popular dentistry topics such as foods that are good for your teeth and gums, active ingredients inside your toothpaste, the safety of fluoride for teeth, pros and cons of teeth whitening products, why you should brush your teeth twice a day, how to stop your child from thumb sucking and MORE!

 

Lastly, let me save you the guesswork by sharing with you some of my all-time favorite dental products that will improve your oral health significantly! Have you been suffering from gingivitis, dental decay, or periodontal pockets? Even though a proper dental hygiene routine may not be able to ‘cure’ your condition, it will surely, set you on the right track for improvement and proper maintenance of teeth. So, what are you waiting for? Start learning how to properly take care of your teeth today!

 

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Hi, I’m Yana!

I’m a fourth year dentistry student and I’m here to share with you:

  • how to take care of your and your little one’s oral health
  • good dental practices for prevention of disease
  • facts on teeth whitening and cosmetic dentistry
  • answer any lingering questions
  • and MORE!

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