There is a reason people say you are what you eat. If you eat the wrong things, it can show on your body. And that includes your teeth.
New Year’s Eve is almost here. And that means it is almost time for people to start working on their New Year’s resolutions.
Everyone gets busy. And to a lot of people, visiting the dentist isn’t an urgent matter. So, it is easy to see why some people go for extended periods of time without going to the dentist. But, there are some risks involved with avoiding the dentist.
It is no secret that soda is bad for you. But, that doesn’t seem to stop people from drinking it. According to the CDC, about 1/3 Americans consume soda or another sugary drink every day.
It is the night before your final exam, you’re in the library cramming in all the information you can and you feel like you are going to have to pull an all nighter. At the same time, you wonder how the heck you got in this position in the first place.
We all want to protect our teeth. After all, they aren’t able to repair themselves if damaged. But, there are some things you could be doing that are harming your teeth no matter how good your oral hygiene is.
Thanksgiving only comes once a year, so you are probably excited to gorge on some of your favorite foods. But, you should also remember to keep your oral health in mind.
Getting braces can be a difficult adjustment for anyone. The metal mouth look, pain and frequent visits to the orthodontist that come with it can certainly cause some stress. On top of that, you may have to change your diet.
For most people, brushing isn’t an issue and they don’t have a problem doing it every day. But, when it comes to flossing, things seem to change. A lot of people think their teeth look fine in the mirror, so they assume they don’t need to floss. So, what makes flossing so important?