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It is not the absence of fluoride that causes tooth decay, but rather the presence of sugar. We regularly treat people who drink fluoridated water and use fluoridated toothpaste yet still suffer from tooth decay.


All cavities look like a hole in the tooth. However, it is important to note that there are two types of cavities; those that are caused by active decay and those that are caused by arrested decay.


Saliva pH is one of the best ways to measure oral health. Acidic saliva (low saliva pH) is indicative of poor oral health as harmful bacteria and microbes thrive in highly acidic environments but struggle to survive in alkaline environments…


The two most common symptoms of mercury toxicity are depression & anxiety. This is because mercury leads to the overproduction of free radicals & depletion of antioxidants - resulting in oxidative stress to the brain.


Buck teeth are symbolic of a pronounced overbite - otherwise known as a class 2, division 1 malocclusion - where the upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth. The term 'buck teeth' refers to how the front teeth stick out - often in front of the bottom lip.


We’re taught to believe that mouthwash is an essential component of proper oral care and that using mouthwash after we brush helps to kill harmful bacteria, alleviate bad breath and benefit oral health...


Vitamin K2 is one of the most important vitamins for health, but particularly for oral health. Learn all about the benefits of vitamin k2 and how it can even remineralise the teeth...


Modern medicine tends to think of dentistry and disease as being in two different realms. Because we silo dentistry and disease in this way, most people aren’t aware of the ‘oral systemic link’...