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You’ve been told since childhood that brushing your teeth is the single most important part of dental health. More specifically, you’ve been told that brushing with fluoride toothpaste is the secret to strong, white teeth. 

So let me turn your world upside down by telling you that brushing your teeth with conventional toothpaste is hurting your mouth instead of helping it. 

How can that be true? 

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve been buying the same brand of fluoride toothpaste for decades without thinking twice. Changing that routine might feel scary or flat out wrong, but it’s time to question your morning and nighttime brushing habits!

Let’s start by busting the most common brushing myths and examining natural ways to brush teeth instead. You might be surprised by how quickly you’re ready to embrace the benefits of brushing without fluoride. 

The Biggest Myths About Brushing

We all know the standard routine by heart: Spread fluoride toothpaste over a plastic bristle toothbrush and brush side to side for two minutes. Spit, rinse, and repeat again before bed. Well, it’s time to bust that myth and erase the routine from your memory.

You’ve been told since childhood that brushing your teeth is the single most important part of dental health. More specifically, you’ve been told that brushing with fluoride toothpaste is the secret to strong, white teeth. 

So let me turn your world upside down by telling you that brushing your teeth with conventional toothpaste is hurting your mouth instead of helping it. 

How can that be true? 

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve been buying the same brand of fluoride toothpaste for decades without thinking twice. Changing that routine might feel scary or flat out wrong, but it’s time to question your morning and nighttime brushing habits!

Let’s start by busting the most common brushing myths and examining natural ways to brush teeth instead. You might be surprised by how quickly you’re ready to embrace the benefits of brushing without fluoride. 

The Biggest Myths About Brushing

We all know the standard routine by heart: Spread fluoride toothpaste over a plastic bristle toothbrush and brush side to side for two minutes. Spit, rinse, and repeat again before bed. Well, it’s time to bust that myth and erase the routine from your memory.

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Gingivitis is usually the first stage of periodontal disease – an inflammatory gum tissue disease. It is often overlooked or roped into pregnancy symptoms because not enough attention is paid to it as the body constantly goes through physiological changes. As you deal with several hormones during pregnancy, they could threaten your oral health, reducing the efficacy of your dental immune system.

You may be dealing with pregnancy gingivitis if you experience any of the following:

  • Bad breath
  • Soft gums that bleed easily during brushing
  • Swollen and red gums

According to research, 75% of pregnant women experience gingivitis signs. So, you should take it seriously.

Gingivitis is usually the first stage of periodontal disease – an inflammatory gum tissue disease. It is often overlooked or roped into pregnancy symptoms because not enough attention is paid to it as the body constantly goes through physiological changes. As you deal with several hormones during pregnancy, they could threaten your oral health, reducing the efficacy of your dental immune system.

You may be dealing with pregnancy gingivitis if you experience any of the following:

  • Bad breath
  • Soft gums that bleed easily during brushing
  • Swollen and red gums

According to research, 75% of pregnant women experience gingivitis signs. So, you should take it seriously.

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