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About Dental Dorks
First and foremost, thank you for visiting our website. Our aim is to provide free dental care information to the people who need it the most.
Here you will find detailed assessments of dental related products and their honest and unbiased reviews.
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Nothing could be more embarrassing than bad breath. Brushing, however, only cleans about 25% of the mouth. The germs that are left behind may cause plaque buildup, gum problems, and bad breath.Rinsing your mouth twice a day is not only a great way...read more
Teeth whitening strips do expire (regardless of the brand name and manufacturer). Their shelf life is typically about one year. It’s, however, possible to extend their life by an additional year if stored in the refrigerator, although, freezing is...read more
The quip electric toothbrush promises to be a modern update on the classic design. With a slim, stylish body, it is supposed to give you a gentle, thorough clean. And with only one mode, it is meant to simplify your brushing routine.For the most...read more
A lot of people out there are looking for whiter teeth. And there are a lot of products that promise to offer exactly that. From whitening strips to whitening mouthwash products, there are countless options if you are looking for pearly whites.Snow is a brand...read more
The front bottom teeth may be hurting for a variety of different reasons. This includes blocked sinuses, gum disease/inflammation, pulp inflammation, tooth decay, cracked tooth, a cavity, or nerve root exposure. It could also be due to anesthetic...read more
For an adult, having a loose tooth can cause lots of discomforts. The teeth are already deeply rooted in the jaw. They are surrounded by delicate gums, blood vessels, and sensitive nerves. Pulling out such a tooth on your own can easily cause...read more