Your food choices have a direct impact on your general health and well-being. But let’s not forget about your mouth. The foods and beverages you consume on a regular basis can either benefit your smile or wreak havoc on your teeth and gums.
Most people with braces know that sticking to soft foods is mandatory. You will need to alter your diet since your wires and brackets cannot afford the added pressure. If you think soups and porridge are all you can have, think again! There are a lot of flavorful options out there that’s been unexplored. …
Do you often see a couple of drops of blood after brushing or flossing? And do you just think to yourself that it’s just a few drops of blood and it’s not a big deal? Well, think again!
Parents want the best for their children and a straight set of pearly whites ranks high on their list — if not the top five. While it may not be in your control at all times, there are certain precautions you can take to help develop naturally straight teeth. Let’s see how.
Eyes are called windows to the soul, but your mouth might just be the window to your health. The state of your teeth and gums can reflect a lot about your overall health, but the connection may even go deeper than that. Let’s see how!
The 10 common habits that may be negatively affecting your oral health and preventing you from feeling confident in your smile.
Despite the seeming separation of medical doctors and dentists, good dental health is imperative to good overall health. Read on to discover how.