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That Sports Drink Is Damaging Your Teeth

By Anna Jimenez May 9, 2012
If you need a pick-me-up post workout, it’s time to stop guzzling Red Bull. It turns out, sports and energy drinks are responsible for permanent smile damage. In a recent […]
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Ask An Expert: Do Genetics Make Your Teeth More Prone To Stains?

By Anna K. Fryxell May 8, 2012
You might have heard that genetics are sometimes the cause of stained teeth. But we weren’t quite sold on that concept considering that Americans spend about $1.4 billion annually on […]
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Are You Whitening Your Teeth Too Much?

By Shellie Terry Benson January 29, 2012
We all want white teeth, but taking the task into your own hands with at-home bleaching kits can cause sensitivity if you don’t follow the directions to a T. Your […]
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Can Whitening Weaken Enamel?

By Marci Robin January 20, 2011
At-home tooth-whitening products have become increasingly easy to use, and consequently, increasingly popular. However, using them could potentially lead to increasingly fragile enamel. Ohio State University researchers tested five name-brand […]
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Braces And Bacteria

By NewBeauty Staff September 21, 2010
A common problem with orthodontic braces is the buildup of bacteria and plaque around the brackets. When not treated vigilantly, they can contribute to enamel damage and long-lasting surface discoloration. […]
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There’s A Reason Your Teeth Don’t Break All The Time

By Marci Robin September 12, 2010
Teeth are about as brittle as glass, so it’s practically a miracle that they can survive a lifetime of chewing, grinding and occasional accidents. When researchers looked for the reason […]

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