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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Chittenden Dental explains that fads come and go. However, some of those dental fads are tempting and too good to pass up, such as charcoal toothpaste. With that being said, there are some things you should know about charcoal toothpaste. It's the latest fad to hit the dentistry world with people touting it as an amazing tooth whitener. Moreover, some claim it is excellent for tooth decay. Firstly, there is no proof that it whitens teeth. Furthermore, most brands do not contain fluoride. What is Activated Charcoal Toothpaste? According to Dr. Mike Morris from Chittenden Dental, it isn't isn’t anything like that lump of coal that you found in your Christmas stocking last year. Activated charcoal is manufactured for medicinal purposes and used for toothpaste as well as other things. The Problems with Charcoal Toothpaste Brand makers insist that activated charcoal toothpaste can help remove

Obstructive sleep apnea isn't a good thing. In fact, OSA could put the rest of your health in danger. Dental sleep medicine is an excellent remedy. If you follow the Chittenden Dental Blog, you will remember that Dr. Mike Morris is now licensed to provide patients with dental sleep medicine thanks to extensive hours of continued education. As a passionate dental provider, it has always been the doctors wish to provide his patients, and potential ones with the most comprehensive care possible. Dental sleep medicine using oral appliance therapy satisfies that need and is extremely beneficial for people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea? Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, is a condition that affects millions of people in America. The sad part about all of that is that over half suffering has no idea that they have a condition that could possibly

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