Women’s Oral Health Concerns
Although men and women have a lot in common, there are quite a few differences when it comes to oral health. Women have some advantages men lack, but also some disadvantages men don’t have to worry about. Let’s take a look at the main ones. TMJ And Sjögren’s Syndrome Women account for 90 percent of people suffering from […]
Saliva: Oral Health’s MVP
Saliva is such an ordinary thing that you probably haven’t given it much thought, but it’s actually as important to the healthy function of our mouths as oil is to a working car engine. Saliva is an essential component of our ability to eat, taste our favorite foods, and speak, it’s crucial to a healthy […]
When To See The Dentist
Because prevention is such a major part of good dental care, it’s critical to visit the dentist for regular checkups. In most cases, two regular dental cleanings a year will be all you need, but not always. So what are the signs that you shouldn’t wait until your next scheduled appointment to come back? For […]
Helping Your Child Trust The Dentist
Even though we all know how important it is to go to the dentist, dental anxiety can make many people avoid crucial dental checkups. For some, dental anxiety starts in childhood and lasts a lifetime. How can we help our children start out with a positive mindset towards the dentist so that they will always […]
Men’s Oral Health Tips
Maintaining good oral health is crucial for everyone, but that can mean different things for men than for women.
Alternative Ways To Get Calcium In Your Diet
Calcium and milk go together like fluoride and toothpaste.
Smoking And Oral Health
The disease we usually think of when we hear “health risks of smoking” is lung cancer, but the damage smoking can cause isn’t limited to the lungs.
Breastfeeding And Your Baby’s Oral Health
All first-time parents are faced with a seemingly endless stream of questions, decisions, and unknowns about how to raise and care for their new baby.
Preparing Your Smile For The Big Day
You’ve dreamed of this day your whole life. You have the ring and the fiancé, the planning is going well, and you’re down to the last few details.
How Diabetes Affects Oral Health
The American Diabetes Association estimates that 23.1 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes (whether it be type 1, type 2, or gestational).