Causes of Tooth Decay

It’s critically important to help heal the misunderstandings that our culture has around how to navigate the path to greater oral health.  Let’s study 5 aspects of how diet and...

11 tips to cut down on sugar

It comes as no surprise that sugar-related dental problems are still the most widespread cause of poor oral health and disease. The message is clear and simple though, reducing the...

How eating disorders can affect your mouth

Written by- Oral Health Foundation How eating disorders can affect your mouth: and how your dental team can help spot early signs Eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge...

Teeth Grinding

Written by- https://www.mouthhealthy.org/ Teeth grinding is called bruxism, and often it happens as you sleep.  Teeth grinding can be caused not just by stress and anxiety but also by sleep...

7 Things Your Dentist Wants You to Know about COVID-19 vaccines

Oral health is essential to your overall health. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, your dentist has been working to put your health and safety first by taking extra steps to prevent...

Five oral health faux pas you never knew were bad for you

Written by-  George Bushell In an era where people say appearance is everything, having a good smile is key! Many of them know to brush twice a day and stay...

5 Fun Ways to Welcome the Tooth Fairy

Written by- https://www.mouthhealthy.org/ For generations, the Tooth Fairy has left a small gift for children who hid their fallen baby teeth under their pillow. This charming tradition is the perfect...

How to avoid the risks of Mask Mouth?

Written by- https://orawellness.com/ There’s a new oral health development due to the events of 2020 that warrants a discussion. Dentists are witnessing an uptick in the prevalence of dry mouth,...

Is Baking Soda safe to brush with?

Written by- https://orawellness.com/ Is baking soda safe to brush with?  “Will I damage my teeth if I brush with baking soda?” Some experts claim that regularly brushing with baking soda...

The Stress of COVID-19 Linked to Increased Oral Health Problems

Written by- Jessica Arnold Posted on October 30, 2020  If you’ve been feeling a little on edge lately, you’re not alone. According to a report released by Harvard Medical School...