Allergeez: Can Spring Flowers Bring Toothache Power?

Posted by on May 31, 2016 in Dental Care | 0 comments

Love, Orlando and flowers are all exciting “blooms.” However, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, the last bloom may not sound so appealing. Lush grass and budding bouquets look beautiful, but they’re not always easy on the eyes. These pollen-producing posies can drive allergy levels through the roof. Do your itchy eyes, sneezes and wheezes occasionally come with a toothache, too? Many allergy sufferers often experience tooth pain and...

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The History of Toothpaste

Posted by on Nov 20, 2013 in Dental Care | 0 comments

If you sometimes get bored with the minty fresh taste of your toothpaste, think again. Looking at this history of toothpaste, article from Delta Dental of Virginia, you’ll find it wasn’t always a matter of good taste and fresh breath.   Midtown Manhattan Dentist Shares History of Toothpaste   In 3000 BC, ancient Egyptians developed a dental cream made of oxen hooves, myrrh, eggshells, pumice and water. By 500 BC, toothpaste was used in both...

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