Your mouth is a barometer for your overall health. After the age of 35, tooth loss is more likely from gum disease, not decay. Dental decay can be stopped with minimally invasive procedures. Filtering your child’s water deprives them of fluoride protection they need. Some toothpastes may actually make your teeth darker. Peroxide toothpastes may [...]
Oral hygiene plays a critical role in whole-body health that is sadly overlooked by most doctors. Poor oral health, particularly periodontitis, can contribute to a wide range of serious diseases such as type II diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and atherosclerosis resulting in coronary heart disease and stroke. People with gum disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery disease [...]
DRINK TAP WATER… If you have well water or filter your drinking water, your child may not receive the benefit of fluoride which has been a major factor in reducing the prevalence and severity of dental decay. Other factors include improved oral hygiene, a diet with less refined sugars and regular dental visits. If your [...]
Teeth Whitening is the least invasive, least expensive, cosmetic procedure available today. The appearance of teeth has a dramatic effect on self esteem, career success and overall health. Although it is one of the most important contributors to facial beauty, it is often the most neglected when improvements to appearance are sought. People spend thousands of [...]
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