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Get to know about your sensitive teeth
Sensitive teeth are caused by thinning tooth enamel, exposing the nerve underneath. Sensitive teeth can make consuming certain food and drinks uncomfortable.
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Manual vs. Electric
Electric toothbrushes are more accurate, more consistent and make many more brush strokes than their manual counterparts.
Let's Talk Plaque
Left untreated, plaque can grow and harden into tartar. That’s why it’s important to choose the right toothbrush to remove it.
How to Remove Plaque
Cleaning your teeth with Philips Sonicare is an exceptional way to keep them free of plaque, along with regular flossing.
How Do I Stop Bleeding Gums
If your gums bleed when you brush your teeth, you may have gingivitis. It’s important to catch early, because it can lead to gum disease.
Let's Talk Gingivitis
Gingivitis is the inflammation of the gums. It can mean they’re puffy and tender to the touch, or bleed easily during brushing.
Get to know gum disease
When we think of gum disease, we might assume it’s a rare condition that doesn’t affect many people. The truth is that gum disease is quite common.
Do I need to floss?
Flossing removes plaque and bacteria where toothbrushes can’t reach. It also keeps your gums healthy, making flossing an essential part of your daily routine.
What is gum disease?
The gums are made of living tissue that connects the teeth to the mouth. It’s vital they are kept free of diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis.
How to keep your breath fresh
Bad breath can result from poor dental hygiene practices, lifestyle choices or the food you eat. A complete oral hygiene routine is the only antidote.
Healthy Teeth & Healthy Heart
People who have good oral hygiene are often rewarded with a healthy cardio-vascular system, as well as a nice smile.
Brush Well, Live Better
There are many reasons why taking good care of your teeth and gums can have a positive impact on the rest of your life.
The No. 1 Lifehack for Your Teeth
Lifehacking is all about getting the most out of your routine. That means choosing a toothbrush that gives you the maximum effect for your brushing time.
Eat your way to whiter teeth
Food and drink are a major factor governing the state of our oral health. There are plenty of foods that actually help to whiten your teeth naturally.
How to keep your smile bright
A bright smile is one of the first things people notice about you. White teeth indicate good oral hygiene, which has been linked to other health benefits.