Carrie Ibbetson RDH

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About Carrie Ibbetson

Carrie is a dental hygienist, oral health coach and creator of 21 Days to a Healthy Mouth, an online course that teaches you how to care for your mouth with life long results.  Her daily “bite-size” pieces to understanding what it takes to achieve a healthy mouth make it easy to learn and implement at home. Carrie owns and operates CarrieIbbetson.com, where she studies and recommends natural oral health care products that are effective and deliver great results.  She helps families all over the world via Skype, and works locally in person as well as an oral health coach, a personal trainer for your mouth.  She is happy to consult with anyone who may have questions. Come say hello on , Facebook and Twitter.

Jasmin Haley RDH – Investing in Yourself, Avoiding “Imposterism” and CAREERfusion.

Jasmin Haley RDH on Investing in Yourself, Avoiding “Imposterism” and CAREERfusion. Jasmin and I got the chance to sit down at CAREERfusion the first week of January. We were both first-time attendees, and at the end of the third day, we took a few moments to reflect on the experience we were in the

Is It Important To Trust Your Dentist? With Dr Jonathan M. Abenaim

Trust is a major factor in any relationship.  Have you ever experienced working with a dentist or hygienist that focuses on helping you get healthy (even if that means telling you things you may not want to hear) all while building your trust, because you can see in their eyes that they want the

Choosing The Right Dental Office with Cyndee Johnson RDH

In this episode of Healthy Mouth Healthy Life Podcast, I interview dental hygienist and mentor Cyndee Johnson on the importance of interviewing dental offices when you are choosing them both as an office to visit and an office to work with. Cyndee is the owner of Scaler2Scheduler, a mentoring company that helps dental

Cavities, Mouth Breathing and Breastfeeding, OH MY! with Stacey Fletcher, RDH

Let’s face it; as an oral health coach, I spend a lot of time in groups answering questions about cavities and children. The stories I hear and the pictures I see break my heart daily. It also keeps me going when I feel like giving up. Many dental professionals will tell you that

Michelle Strange, RDH Talks Gum Brushing Vs Flossing and Career Changes for Hygienists

Since 1956, the Swedish company, Tepe, has been creating home care tools for your mouth, focusing on the most challenging areas. What started out as a toothpick has led to over 20 different brushes styled to meet your needs and clean where the typical toothbrush misses. When toothbrushes and tools miss area,

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# 8 Understanding Xylitol with Angie Stone and her passion project HylifeLLC.

Today’s podcast gets to the heart of what makes xylitol so beneficial in helping to control cavities in the mouth, and help to neutralize pH…which is where cavity control is best achieved! When you want the facts you go to the source!  Angie Stone explains xylitol and its many dental benefits in the

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How Dani Saved over $5000 and Lots of Heartache with Oral Health Coaching

Oral Health Coaching, what can it do for you? Are you searching for the best way to help stop cavities and gum disease issues? Are you tired of continually spending money on dental treatment, only to need it done over and over? The problem isn’t often the dentist (or hygienist); the problem often is the

Oral Health Products in the Office: To “Sell” or Not to “Sell”?

In dentistry, there is a definite division in thought toward distributing oral health products in the office: those who embrace "selling" in office, and those that shudder at the mere thought of recommending products to the patients they see. Oral health products are big business According to WorldDental.org, from 2011 alone, billions of dollars were

5 Ways to Get Patients on Board with Home Care and Oral Health

With the oral-systemic health link now well recognized, this is the time to help patients understand what they need to do to control bacteria at home. Unless patients understand the "how to" portion of their home care, our efforts will continue to show limited results, and periodontal issues will still be a barrier to overall

How to Have a Healthy Mouth Without Flossing Your Teeth

Unless you have been living under a rock, chances are that you have heard that brushing AND flossing are necessary for having a healthy mouth And, although it is recommended by most dental professionals and the media, I'm happy to say that there are plenty of people that disagree about flossing's  effectiveness, AND these people