Monthly Archives: January 2011

healthy smile=healthy heart

Brushing your teeth could help you avoid heart disease! Having clean teeth and healthy gums may reduce your chances of atherosclerosis.  A new study was conducted by Moise Desvarieux, MD, PhD, has found that brushing, flossing, and taking care of your teeth and gums is good for your heart, preventing heart disease and stroke. Make your toothbrush your weapon against heart disease and stroke! To ensure a healthy smile offers a toothbrush subscription that delivers an Oral B toothbrush every 3 months, guaranteeing an effective toothbrush. Get your toothbrush subscription today!

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brushing your teeth with…soap?

A new study by Dr. Gerald F. Judd, a retired Emeritus Professor of chemistry at Purdue University, reports that  the best way to prevent cavities, protect gums and rid teeth of plaque is by using soap. Judd points that brushing with soap destroys bacteria and virus, and also removes hard plaque stuck to the bottom of the enamel. Who knew such a common household item could serve to maintain a healthy smile? 

Will you be substituting toothpaste with soap?!

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