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Tooth Sensitivity CAN Reverse and Disappear
Tooth Sensitivity CAN Reverse and Disappear

With a few easy steps, you CAN reverse tooth sensitivity! The tooth-friendly xylitol in Zellie's is a perfect way to start eliminate tooth sensitivity.

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What Happens To Your Teeth When You Eat Candy?
What Happens To Your Teeth When You Eat Candy?

Halloween can be a lot of fun for children as they dress up in costume and run from house to house. But responsible parents are often concerned about this candy-centered event, seeing it as an open invitat...

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Whitening, Sensitivity and The Easy Solutions!
Whitening, Sensitivity and The Easy Solutions!

Artificial whitening pulls minerals from tooth enamel causing sensitivity. Sensitivity toothpastes are NOT the solution, they only mask the symptoms. Learn how to eliminate tooth sensitivity naturally and effectively.

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To Go or Not To Go: Do You Return For Your Routine 6-Month Dental Appointment or Not?
To Go or Not To Go: Do You Return For Your Routine 6-Month Dental Appointment or Not?

Do dental cleanings improve the health of our mouths? Be sure to ask your dentist why you "need" a cleaning. There are pros and cons of having regular dental cleanings. Understand what dental cleaning cadence is right for you.

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Meet Your Dental Plaque
Meet Your Dental Plaque

Your mouth is full of bacteria -- both good, protective, beneficial bacteria and harmful, disease-promoting bacteria. Just like with the bacteria in your gut, the goal for a healthy mouth is to promote the ...

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Xylitol for Seniors: Keeping Teeth Young and Ageless
Xylitol for Seniors: Keeping Teeth Young and Ageless

Zellie's can help prevent damage caused by plaque, mouth acidity, or dry mouth. Xylitol is essential for denture wearers – keeping the mouth and lips clear of infections like thrush, oral sores or angular cheilitis.

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Your Teeth Are Alive!
Your Teeth Are Alive!

Teeth have a blood and lymph supply connected to our body’s main circulation. Liquids and cells travel through channels inside the tooth, keeping it hydrated and supplying minerals to repair dentin and defend teeth from infection.

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