• You Can Build Strong Teeth and Bones

    You Can Build Strong Teeth and Bones

    Did you know you can strengthen your teeth and bones? They’re alive, so that means we can strengthen and regenerate this important foundation that holds up our bodies. It’s what we rely on to move, walk and chew. We need strong bones and teeth to get through of life. And it’s especially important as we age to maintain our bones and teeth. Our bones...
  • Cleaning Your Tongue: What Your Mother Didn't Tell You

    Cleaning Your Tongue: What Your Mother Didn't Tell You

    5 Good Reasons Why You Should! As you went off to college this fall your mom most likely reminded you to keep your dorm room or apartment tidy, brush and floss your teeth--- and Facetime her daily! What she didn’t perhaps share--- is the importance of keeping your tongue clean. Yet, tongue cleaning’s important and has been around for at least a couple of...
  • Bleeding Gums: What You Should Know

    Bleeding Gums: What You Should Know

    “Why do my gums bleed, even after a teeth cleaning?” That’s what one patient recently asked me during a routine exam following a visit with our dental hygienist. This woman pointed out how diligent she was about her daily oral health care. “I brush and floss every day,” she said. I never skip cleanings and exams, so why do I see bleeding gums when...
  • Vaping Your Oral Health Away?

    Vaping Your Oral Health Away?

    Don't Believe The Big Lie That It's Safe I’m not surprised the FDA is cracking down on the vaping industry. For some time there have been disturbing warnings about the potentially negative affects on the heart and lungs from the inhalation of e-cigarette vapors. While not as widely reported, did you know inhaling vapors from these products can cause tooth decay and be detrimental...
  • Do you have bad breath? Here’s how to eliminate and prevent it

    Do you have bad breath? Here’s how to eliminate and prevent it

    Do you worry about having bad breath? If you have bad breath, you’re not alone. Some 90 million Americans have chronic bad breath, or halitosis, according to the Academy of General Dentistry. In the old days, people had an after-dinner mint or used mouthwash after brushing to combat bad breath. But we know more now about chronic halitosis. It isn’t always a simple solution...
  • IF YOU HAVE STRESS AND A PARCHED SENSATION, IT CAN BE DRY MOUTH. HERE’S HOW YOU CAN TELL…

    IF YOU HAVE STRESS AND A PARCHED SENSATION, IT CAN BE DRY MOUTH. HERE’S HOW YOU CAN TELL…

    Dry mouth or “xerostomia” is when salivary glands aren’t producing enough saliva. Anyone can have xerostomia at any time in life.You can have dry mouth from a sudden trauma in life that causes anxiety or stress, or from caffeine in that daily cup of coffee,aging, side effects from medication, autoimmune diseases, snoring, mouth breathing, radiation or chemotherapy, tobacco, alcohol or drug use. How do...
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