Nutrition and Oral Health

Tips for Improving Diet and Oral Health Good nutrition is essential for good health, and that includes the health of your teeth. Learn more about the link between your diet and your oral health— and what you can do to improve both. How does diet affect oral health?Tooth decay and cavities are caused by acid… Read More

Athletic Mouthguards

Mouthguards To avoid injuries to your mouth while you’re playing sports, talk to your dentist about getting an athletic mouthguard made just for you. What is a mouthguard?A mouthguard is a flexible appliance that is worn during athletic and recreational activities to prevent injuries to your mouth and face, such as split lips, broken teeth,… Read More

Geriatric Dental Care

Facts of Life Due to advances in medicine and an increase in prolonged life expectancy, the number of older people will continue to increase worldwide. It is essential that all older adults practice and maintain good oral hygiene due to the high correlation between oral health and general health. How should I care for my… Read More

Flossing

Don’t Forget to Floss Flossing is an integral part of your oral health regimen; however, many people don’t spend enough time flossing their teeth, or they don’t floss at all. By flossing just once a day, you can decrease your risk of gum disease and increase your chances of maintaining good oral health throughout your… Read More

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