Did you know what you eat and drink has a big impact on your smile? Unbeknownst to many people, certain food and drinks can stain your smile – leaving you with an unpleasant color. Yellow or stained teeth may cause…
Maintaining good oral hygiene practices are extremely important and will help keep your mouth healthy throughout the years. Getting older isn’t the reason behind a deteriorating smile, instead, it is the lack of good hygiene. Establishing good habits now will…
Just because you’re traveling doesn’t mean your oral care has to suffer. Dental products for travelers have become a major niche market, and many of the available toothbrushes are creative and convenient. Next time you have a trip planned, consider…
A lot of focus is typically put on the foods that are bad for dental health, but which foods are beneficial for your teeth? In many cases, the foods that are excellent for your body are good choices for dental…
With the legalization of recreational marijuana use in Massachusetts implemented last December, it is important to consider the effect that cannabis can have on your oral health. A recent study published in the JAMA Psychiatry found that 56.6% of 38-year-old…
Drinking too much soda is likely to result in tooth decay which, if left untreated, can end up requiring teeth be pulled. While we can treat missing teeth with dental implants, it is wise to give the substance up before this treatment is necessary.
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