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Dr. Kyle Stanley

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  1. Brush your teeth after each meal. Proper oral hygiene is important in maintaining healthy, white teeth and that means brushing after every meal, or at least twice a day. Make sure you’re using a soft-bristled toothbrush, as anything more can damage the enamel and gums.

    • I had no idea that xylitol could be a great alternative to natural sugar. If it is such a great alternative to sugar, then I think that more candy and sweets should be sweetened with that. It would definitely help more people keep their teeth healthy!

        • I didn’t know that rinsing water could be so beneficial. I can picture myself tric or treating with a water bottle in hand. To be honest I just need to drink more water on a daily basis. I didn’t know that, “if you brush you brush your teeth before your mouth returns to normal balance, you can damage your enamel”. This is definitely something I can think about. Thanks for sharing.