The Common Denominator: Two Factors You Should Consider for Both Electric & Manual Toothbrushes

Home Alone’s Kevin told us that the toothbrush to buy is always the one that’s been approved by the American Dental Association, but apart the ADA’s stamp of approval, there are other factors you can use to shop for an effective toothbrush. The ADA’s seal guarantees that the toothbrush in your hand won’t fall apart Read More

Your Fillings Could be a Danger to the Environment

In the last 20-30 years, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has worked to mitigate the toxic effects of 23 Superfund sites in the Santa Clara County—more than any county in the country. This news has been kept under wraps by tech industry giants who have may have had a hand in the Silicon Valley landscape’s Read More

Snoring Causes Dangerous Damage to Carotid Arteries

People have a tendency to think about snoring as a sound that’s just a nuisance. If we do think about snoring as a risk, it’s likely because of its connection to sleep apnea. If your sleep test shows you don’t have apneas, you might think there’s no health concerns. Read More

The Good and Bad of Red Wine for Teeth

In San Jose, we know that it was the Santa Clara Valley that was the real foundation of the California wine industry, and it remains the home of some of the best wineries in the world. So we perk up our ears whenever we hear that there’s new research about the benefits of wine. This Read More

3 Reasons Why You Should Be Seeing Your Dentist Regularly

We’ve all been told that we should see our dentist regularly. But there are many people who ignore this advice and think they should see their dentist only when they have a problem. But there are many important reasons why you shouldn’t wait until there’s a problem to see your dentist. Here are three benefits Read More

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