• Receding gums: causes, symptoms, therapy and prevention

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    Receding gums: causes, symptoms, therapy and prevention
    Receding gums: Causes, symptoms, therapies and prevention. In the following article I will describe the causes that can lead to receding gums, how you can avoid them for the most part and how you can treat them with modern methods. The receding gums, the so-called recession, means a loss of gums beyond the crown portion of the tooth. It is a disease of the periodontium and therefore affects not only the...
  • Let's talk about fluoride!

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    Let's talk about fluoride!
      First of all we have to differentiate between fluorine and fluoride! Fluoride is a natural trace element and is found everywhere in our environment, eg in water and in many foods. Fluorine, on the other hand, is a poisonous gas with a strong smell. The similarity of the two terms often leads to uncertainty and misunderstandings. You probably know a similar example from your everyday life: Sodium chloride is the chemical...
  • Laugh healthy: why shouldn't toothpaste contain parabens?!

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    Laugh healthy: why shouldn't toothpaste contain parabens?!
    Parabens are a preservative that makes toothpaste last longer and protects it from loss of quality. Although toothpaste is not normally swallowed, its ingredients, which are not always harmless, are still absorbed through the oral mucosa and thus enter the circulatory system particularly quickly. Since most people don't suspect anything about it, they carelessly clean their mouth several times a day with toothpaste without knowing what it really contains and what...
  • Partnership between SNOW PEARL and SWISS TRIATHLON

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    Partnership between SNOW PEARL and SWISS TRIATHLON
    «Triathlon is one of the most popular, popular and successful sports in Switzerland. That's why we decided to support the Swiss Triathlon athletes by helping them maintain their oral health," says Dr. med dent Lorenza Dahm, owner of Snow Pearl. Many scientific studies have clearly proven that top athletes have poorer teeth. The reasons for this lie not least in the changes in...
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