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Smart Living How Often Should You Brush Your Dog's Teeth? Probably More Than You Think

02:05  11 april  2018
02:05  11 april  2018 Source:   people.com

This Is the Safest Bottled Water You Can Buy

  This Is the Safest Bottled Water You Can Buy Drinking water and staying hydrated is an essential part of being healthy, but picking up any brand of bottled water to reach your suggested daily intake might not be the smartest move. Many bottled water brands have acidic pH levels and added fluoride, which can be extremely damaging to your teeth.Augusto Robles, DDS, MS, DMD, and assistant professor at the UAB School of Dentistry, conducted a study to assess the pH levels and fluoride content on various brands of bottled water.'If the bottled water has a pH lower than 5.

Probably More Than You Think . Pet dental health is important, but just how often do you need to brush your dog ’ s teeth ? Ideally, you should be brushing their teeth almost as often as you brush yours .

How often should you brush your teeth ? I think you should brush after each meal. Sometimes things get stuck in your teeth .

a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera © Provided by TIME Inc. Pet dental health is important, but just how often do you need to brush your dog’s teeth?

Ideally, you should be brushing their teeth almost as often as you brush yours.

PEOPLE Pet Vet Dr. Evan Antin recommends brushing your dog’s teeth with a pet toothbrush every day.

Dr. Antin realizes that this may be easier said then done. For canines who don’t like having their canine teeth brushed, he recommends dental chews.

It’s also important that you take your furry friend to the vet regularly, so the vet can monitor their dental health and make sure there are no issues with your pup’s gums either.

This Is the Safest Bottled Water You Can Buy

  This Is the Safest Bottled Water You Can Buy Drinking water and staying hydrated is an essential part of being healthy, but picking up any brand of bottled water to reach your suggested daily intake might not be the smartest move. Many bottled water brands have acidic pH levels and added fluoride, which can be extremely damaging to your teeth.Augusto Robles, DDS, MS, DMD, and assistant professor at the UAB School of Dentistry, conducted a study to assess the pH levels and fluoride content on various brands of bottled water.'If the bottled water has a pH lower than 5.

Probably More Than You Think . Pet dental health is important, but just how often do you need to brush your dog ’ s teeth ? Ideally, you should be brushing their teeth almost as often as you brush yours .

Brush your dog ' s teeth when she's calm and relaxed. Step Eight: Focus on the Plaque. Brush a few teeth at a time, working up to more each day. Talk with your vet about how often is right for your dog . If you think your pet may have a veterinary emergency, immediately call your veterinarian.

For those who haven’t tried brushing their pet’s teeth, PEOPLE has this helpful video guide you can follow at home.

Related: The 3 Best Tips For Running With Your Dog [Provided by Runners World]

The Real Reason Why Your Gums Are Receding .
Worried about your smile? If you have receding gums, it’s often attributed to simply brushing too hard, or it could be a sign of gum disease. You can’t always see it, but stress has a huge impact on your oral health. Does your mouth or jaw ever feel sore at the end of a long, hard day? You’re probably tense and holding stress there. 'When you clench your jaw and grind your teeth, it affects your gums and may cause recession,' says Dr. Janet Tamo, a dental professional and Crest and Oral-B Smile Council Member.

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