Are you familiar with what foods are healthy to eat and which ones are not? If you have not already done so, it is important to analyze all aspects of your dietary care and determine which products may be slowly damaging your smile. To help look for which products are healthy and unhealthy to eat, it is important to first... read more »
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Are you actively protecting your smile this holiday season against the risks of halitosis? Halitosis, also known as bad breath, can arise in your mouth due to oral ailments, plaque buildup, and underlying conditions in your body. To help keep your smile safe, establish an effective prevention and treatment checklist for bad breath. - Mouthwash is an extremely useful form... read more »
Did you know that using mouthwash in addition to brushing your teeth twice daily and flossing regularly can help your teeth resist cavities, plaque, gingivitis, tooth decay, xerostomia - a fancy word that means a lack of saliva - AND prevents bad breath? It does. If you're not using mouthwash, you should be! Why do you need to use mouthwash... read more »
At the end of a long, stressful day, you may want to just fall into your bed and sleep. However, you should not forgo your oral hygiene routine, no matter how tired you feel. Your teeth should be brushed twice a day and flossed once a day. When you skip brushing, especially before you go to sleep, then cavities and... read more »
Did you know that 1 in 5 cases of complete tooth loss have been linked to diabetes? Did you know that not only can diabetes increase your risk of gum disease, but that gum disease can make it difficult to control blood sugar levels? If diabetes isn’t properly cared for, it can wreak havoc on your general and dental health.... read more »