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Invest in Your Oral Health

Have you ever experienced the discomfort of an unexpected toothache or gum irritation? Even if the pain subsides or goes away altogether, the original underlying issue could be more serious than you suspect. Not addressing your oral health concerns and using poor quality oral care products will only contribute to more painful, costlier expenses later on.

Maintaining healthy teeth and gums isn’t just an expense - it’s an investment in your future, and investing in your oral care calls for regular upkeep to prevent complications in the long run.

Oral and Overall Health

Oral problems (like bleeding gums and dry mouth) left untreated can cause other health related issues, which is why investing in your oral health is a true investment in your overall health. In fact, recent studies show a link between gum disease and heart disease in addition to diabetesinfection and premature birth rates. Yikes!

However, investing in your smile means more than just daily brushing and flossing - it’s also about selecting the safest oral care products for you and your family. When deciding which personal care brands to purchase, we know that buying one with the lowest price tag is tempting. But, it could cost you later.

Brushing with a less expensive commercial toothpaste comes with risk. Several are formulated with harsh abrasives, cancer-causing chemicals like triclosan and other toxins such as sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), which is why we recommend opting for a healthier, safer alternative.

Oral Care Products With Natural & Organic Ingredients

The Dr. Brite toothpaste and mouthwash are made with the highest-quality, responsibly sourced, natural ingredients that work to gently yet effectively clean your mouth and improve your oral health without compromising your overall health.

Oral Hygiene Routine

Remember to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time, floss and rinse after meals to achieve optimal oral health. It's also important to visit your dentist every six months, even if you aren't experiencing any symptoms, to help prevent problems from developing.