Save Your Smile – Give Your Teeth Time to Rest
Reduce “time on teeth” Here is one more reason to keep your hand out of the chip bag - and this one may surprise you. Frequent snacking doesn’t just affect your waistline it can also
Flossing is the New Yoga
Unleash the power of the tiny string. While a toothbrush cleans the surface of your teeth, only floss removes what lurks in between, and under the gumline. All the grooming in the world won’t help
“Dry Mouth” Can Lead to Serious Oral Issues
Some medications and health conditions, such as diabetes, can cause your mouth to become overly dry. Symptoms of dry mouth: ⦁ Frequent thirst, bad breath, cracked lips and sore throat How dry mouth affects you:
Dental Care for Pregnant Women is Important
Cavity-causing germs are infectious. Experts recommend that pregnant women get dental care and any needed treatment before their baby is born. · The germs that cause tooth decay can be passed from mother to child.
Baby Teeth Matter – Protect Your Child’s Oral and Overall Health
Painful cavities make it difficult to eat, sleep, learn and play Cavities are preventable • Brush your child’s teeth twice a day. • Use a small toothbrush and a smear of fluoride toothpaste. • Don’t
Your Mouth is Part of Healthy Aging
Oral health is an important part of healthy aging, so be sure to include dental expenses in your retirement planning. Oral disease is linked to serious health conditions including diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Good
Newsletter Article: Six Surprising Tips to Staying Healthier
Oral health is critical to overall health. Good oral health prevents infection, helps manage diabetes and keeps you looking younger, longer. But a recent survey in Washington revealed that many of us don’t know how
How Good Oral Health Helps Manage Diabetes
Gum disease is an infection that makes it harder to manage diabetes. If you have diabetes you are twice as likely to develop gum disease and gum disease makes it harder to control blood sugar.