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  • Tongue Cleaning : To Scrape or to Brush?

    Tongue Cleaning : To Scrape or to Brush?
    Healthy You, How To's, Uncategorized
    You may have heard that tongue cleaning should be an integral part of your oral care routine.  But, what’s the best way to cleanse — should you scrape or brush?  Why do you need a tongue scraper…can’t you just use a toothbrush to brush your tongue?  Almost everyone can benefit from this essential, twice-daily dental hygiene habit […]
  • Should Tongue Scraping be an Essential Part of Your Oral Hygiene Routine?

    Should Tongue Scraping be an Essential Part of Your Oral Hygiene Routine?
    Healthy Mouth Healthy Body, How To's, tongue cleaning
    You may be wondering why, or even if, tongue scraping should be a part of your daily dental routine.  While tongue scraping has only recently entered the health and beauty space in the West, this practice has formed part of Ayurvedic tradition for 5000 years. And with good reason. According to Ayurveda, this gentle practice removes […]
  • Is Gum Inflammation Linked to COVID-19?

    Is Gum Inflammation Linked to COVID-19?
    In the News
    “Keep flossing: A new study finds that gum disease may raise the chances of hospitalization or death if COVID-19 strikes.” WebMD (Gum disease, also known as periodontitis, usually follows gum inflammation.)

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