Day 30: Journey to Oral Health

Barbara Tritz
· July 1, 2023 ·

2 minutes

Health and Healing

Thank you my fabulous reader for joining me on my quest to write a daily blog post for the month of June. This journey has been so fun as we got to explore all the things that need to be included in wha itt takes to have a healthy mouth and thus a healthy body.

Oral health includes not only toothbrushing and cleaning inbetween the teeth, but also tongue cleaning, nasal breathing, saliva, deep restful sleep, colorful food, drinking water, a healthy gut, and feeding the microbiome. I hope you learned new tips and things to include in your daily life.

The Future of Oral Health

I have plans to do a deep dive into many topics: root canals, heavy metals, dissimilar metals and galvanic reactions, electrical energy and how it affects teeth, mitochondria and cellular health, and so much more. These will be longer posts and will take research and time. I also plan to add videos. If there is a topic you would like to learn more about please let me know.

Thank you for joining me on this quest!

It has been a wonderful 30 days of learning and sharing with you. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.

Have a happy and safe 4th of July week.

Home of the Free Because of the Brave.


Barbara Tritz RDH

Queen of Dental Health

Hello, I'm Barbara Tritz

Unveiling the Stories Behind Dental Hygiene

Loving science, especially biology, from an early age, Barbara is a registered dental hygienist, certified biological hygienist, and orofacial myofunctional therapist. In 2019, she received the Hu-Friedy/ADHA Master Clinician Award from the American Dental Hygienist Association.

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  1. Nadine Durgin

    Thank you Barbara! I have thoroughly enjoyed and been challenged by your June blogs, and I had to think how appropriate the quote, ” Home of the Free Because of the Brave” is for dentistry now. As we navigate the next months and years where we must break with the mindset of “Fluoride and Only Fluoride” being the key to dental health and we understand the complexity and connectedness of the human body and its systems beginning in the oral cavity, we will need courage and integrity. We have to be able to change for the better with understanding for those who find change hard.
    Thank you for all your work and your thoughts, and please keep forging ahead!

    • Barbara Tritz

      Thank you for your kind words! I greatly appreciate your support and understanding.

  2. Patti Kilcup

    What name brand if woven dental floss do you use?

    • Barbara Tritz

      Hi Patty,
      I like the Risewell brand of textured floss. It has that texture I like that removes and disrupts plaque so well, plus it has the hydroxyapatite crystal embedded in it. I am going to do a post on floss this Fall. There is still much I need to investigate.


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