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A Healthy Tongue, Makes for a Healthy Mouth

Having a healthy tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Signs of an Unhealthy Tongue: White patches on the tongue Red tongue Yellow tongue Black hairy tongue Sore and bumpy tongue Tongues play a crucial role in your oral function. Without your tongue it would be essentially impossible to speak, eat, and taste all your favorite foods! Taking care of your tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Your tongue is a key health indicator. A healthy tongue is typically pink and has small nodules on the… More

A Healthy Tongue, Makes for a Healthy Mouth

Getting back to the Basics of Dental Hygiene

Having a healthy tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Signs of an Unhealthy Tongue: White patches on the tongue Red tongue Yellow tongue Black hairy tongue Sore and bumpy tongue Tongues play a crucial role in your oral function. Without your tongue it would be essentially impossible to speak, eat, and taste all your favorite foods! Taking care of your tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Your tongue is a key health indicator. A healthy tongue is typically pink and has small nodules on the… More

Getting back to the Basics of Dental Hygiene

What is the Best Way to Whiten Teeth?

Having a healthy tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Signs of an Unhealthy Tongue: White patches on the tongue Red tongue Yellow tongue Black hairy tongue Sore and bumpy tongue Tongues play a crucial role in your oral function. Without your tongue it would be essentially impossible to speak, eat, and taste all your favorite foods! Taking care of your tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Your tongue is a key health indicator. A healthy tongue is typically pink and has small nodules on the… More

What is the Best Way to Whiten Teeth?

Beautiful Smiles Depend on Healthy Gums

Having a healthy tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Signs of an Unhealthy Tongue: White patches on the tongue Red tongue Yellow tongue Black hairy tongue Sore and bumpy tongue Tongues play a crucial role in your oral function. Without your tongue it would be essentially impossible to speak, eat, and taste all your favorite foods! Taking care of your tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Your tongue is a key health indicator. A healthy tongue is typically pink and has small nodules on the… More

Beautiful Smiles Depend on Healthy Gums

Teeth Grinding is on the Rise Due to Pandemic Stress

Having a healthy tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Signs of an Unhealthy Tongue: White patches on the tongue Red tongue Yellow tongue Black hairy tongue Sore and bumpy tongue Tongues play a crucial role in your oral function. Without your tongue it would be essentially impossible to speak, eat, and taste all your favorite foods! Taking care of your tongue is just as important as maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Your tongue is a key health indicator. A healthy tongue is typically pink and has small nodules on the… More

Teeth Grinding is on the Rise Due to Pandemic Stress

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