best tooth brush for teeth whitening

5 Best Tooth Brushes for Hygiene & Super White Teeth in 2018

5 Best Tooth Brushes for Hygiene & Super White Teeth 2018 I think we can all agree, white teeth are an immediate physical sign of self care and even physical attraction. If you do a quick "google search" on how to brush your teeth properly, you are going to find plenty of information. Of course,

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last fight for roy jones jr

Last Fight for Roy Jones Jr.? | Sentinel Mouth Guards

Last fight for Roy Jones Jr.? It’s a rainy Super Bowl Sunday here in Saint Petersburg, Florida. In an hour, a kick of the ball will start the 52nd of its kind. The sky has been a constant eerie grey. The wind has knocked my umbrella into the pool and my pit bull is going

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lower teeth night guard

“Where can I get a Dental Night Guard for Lower Teeth?” | Sentinel Mouthguard Team

  Dental Night Guard for Lower Teeth “Is A Night Guard For Lower Teeth Better Than Upper Night Guards?” Do you often grind your teeth when you sleep at night? A quick visit to the dentist will determine if you have nocturnal bruxism. Bruxism is a condition where constant grinding wears away your teeth’s enamel

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how white can I get my teeth?

“How White Can My Teeth Get?” | Sentinel Mouthguard Team

“How white can my teeth get?” The Ultimate Guide to Various Teeth Bleaching and Whitening Procedures Many people today suffer from dental discolorations which may be intrinsic or extrinsic. Extrinsic discolorations are due to a buildup of stains on the surface of the teeth. The stains may be caused by dental plaque, calculus, specific medical

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is adderall making me grind my teeth

“Is Adderall Causing Me to Grind My Teeth at Night?” | Sentinel Mouthguard Team

“Is Adderall Causing Me to Grind My Teeth at Night?” How many people in the United States are on adderall? A quick google search says A LOT. Over 16 million people were prescribed adderall in 2012 . How many of these people find themselves grinding their teeth at night? Teeth grinding and jaw clenching, medically

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“What is the Best Mouthguard for Hockey?”| Sentinel Mouthguards

What is the Best Mouth Guard for Hockey? Finding The Best Athletic Mouth Guard For Hockey You probably already know that every hockey player, (whether professional or not) is required to wear a protective mouth guard when playing. Hockey involves a lot of force and energy. Many times, falls and collisions (not to mention a

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why does my jaw hurt on one side when I chew?

“Why Does My Jaw Hurt on One Side When I Chew?”

Why does my jaw hurt on one side when I chew? Notice jaw pain on one side of your mouth lately? Is there a popping sound accompanied with it? There are various reasons both or one side of your jaw is throbbing with pain when you chew, speak or just open your mouth. While jaw

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mouth guard for weight lifting

“Should I Wear a Mouth Guard for Weight Lifting?” | Sentinel Team

The Importance of Wearing a Mouth Guard for Weight Lifting While not so many strength athletes (especially weight lifters) like using mouth guards when training or competing, it turns out these mouthpieces are very valuable for any weightlifter. Although many people think mouth guards are only important in sports that involve a lot of contact

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dental night guard benefits

Benefits of Wearing a Dental Night Guard | Sentinel Team

5 Benefits of Wearing Your Dental Night Guard What are the benefits of wearing a dental night guard? Why wear one? Do you grind or clench your teeth while you are asleep? It is estimated that at least 10% of the American population suffers from teeth grinding, a condition usually referred to as bruxism. If

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sentinel dental retainer

“What Is The Difference Between a Dental Night Guard vs. Dental Retainer?”

Dental Night Guard vs. Dental Retainer “What is the difference between the two?” After braces, the teeth are highly susceptible to movement/shifting as they just underwent some intense re-positioning and even though your new, beautifully straight teeth may look like they’re here to stay, your freshly positioned dental anatomy is still trying to find its

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“Will Dental Insurance Cover My Night Guard?” | Sentinel Mouthguard Team

Will Dental Insurance Cover My Night Guard?    Has your dentist suggested you wear a night guard because you are grinding or clenching your teeth? You may initially balk at the dental office price but you have good dental insurance and your custom night guard is surely covered right? Many people assume that all dental

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why am I clenching my teeth?

“Why am I Clenching my Jaw?” |

“Why am I clenching my jaw?”   The Effects of Teeth Clenching and How to Prevent It It is very easy to imagine that your oral health especially the condition of your teeth ends with good diet and mouth cleaning habits. Unfortunately, there are other habits like teeth clenching which can easily cause destruction to

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jaw pain & tenderness on just one side

“Why Do I Have Jaw Pain & Tenderness?” | Sentinel Mouthguard Co.

“I have jaw pain & tenderness. Why?”   Jaw pain & tenderness during the day. Jaw pain refers to an uncomfortable feeling or the popping sensation that is associated with tooth pain, tenderness, aching of the other areas of the neck or face, and difficulty in chewing. In some cases, this condition is also known

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ptsd & bruxism

“Could PTSD be Causing me to Grind and Clench my Teeth?”

“Could PTSD be Causing me to Grind and Clench my Teeth?” The Relation of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) & Bruxism (Night Teeth Grinding) The Relationship Between PTSD & Bruxism (nighttime teeth grinding) When one thinks of PTSD they might picture a man that once wore army green trying to cope with the horrors of

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5 bad habits that can wreck your teeth

5 Dental Habits That Can Wreck Your Teeth

5 Bad Dental Habits That Can Wreck Your Teeth Do you know how long your teeth can last? If properly cared for, human teeth can last their entire lifetime. The Academy of General Dentistry reports that there is no reason senior citizens can’t keep their natural teeth for a lifetime since tooth loss is the

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botox used to treat teeth grinding decreases bone density

Botox For Teeth Grinding? Not Such a Good Idea After All.

Botox For Teeth Grinding? Botox has long been used worldwide for medical or cosmetic reasons. The botox injections have been successful in what they were to do. However, research has shown that though positive results have been noted, there are negative side effects that outweigh the benefits. This was noted when studies on effects of

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reventing gum recession

3 Ways To Prevent Gum Recession | SM Team

Gum Recession – Causes and Prevention When the margin of your gum tissue starts pulling back, your teeth are exposed. This process is known as gum recession. It is not something that can be easily noticed since the process is gradual and the early symptoms are usually ignored. Gum recession is a serious dental condition

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my night guard broke

“My Night Guard Broke. What do I do?” | Sentinel Team

Broken Dental Night Guards Dental night guards are devices which are worn by dental patients who suffer from unconsciously grinding their teeth during the night while they sleep. Grinding your teeth during the night can cause tooth decay, tooth sensitivity, jaw pain, and other negative health consequences. Night guards protect the teeth of individuals who

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thin mouth guard

Athletic Mouth Guards In Sports

Athletic Mouth Guards In Sports By simply failing to wear a mouth guard while playing sports, you increase your odds of experiencing an injury to your mouth by about 60 times. Common mouth injuries include loss of teeth and jaw fractures. These injuries are both painful and serious, and often require surgeries and days or

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