If you usually have a sandwich and a bag of chips for your work lunch washed down with a soda, you are not likely to be doing either your general or your mouth health much good. Why not swap out some of the more harmful ingredients of your lunch for some nutritious and tasty replacements that care for your body and your mouth?
Many people believe that their biggest decisions when buying a toothbrush involve choosing between manual and electric designs and straight and ergonomic handles and grips. Yet, the cut, length and firmness of toothbrush bristles matter just as much as the overall design.
When tracing human history back over the centuries, many are surprised to learn that ancient peoples didn't brush their teeth. The first record toothbrush was in Babylonian and Egyptian times. Even as far back as 1600 BC, the Chinese were brushing their teeth with something they called chewing sticks.