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6 Amazing Facts About our Teeth

We often don't think about our teeth outside the short time each day we spend brushing and flossing. But in fact, Our teeth tell the story of our lives Scientists can tell several facts about us just from our teeth. For example, our teeth reveal our age, what we eat and drink, and even where … [Read more...]

Meet Leah

Meet Leah. Leah is showing off the new dentures that I made her in her home. In the middle of this treatment, Leah celebrated her 100th birthday. Way to go. … [Read more...]

Brushing and flossing, which comes first?

Have you ever wondered if you should floss before you brush? As children, we are usually taught that brushing comes before flossing. This is one of the reasons why many people don’t floss. After brushing, the mouth feels clean and when the mouth feels clean, flossing feels like an option, not a … [Read more...]

4 Tips to protect your teeth from alcohol

For as far back as we can tell, humans have been drinking fermented beverages. Probably for just as long, we’ve been discussing the benefits and drawbacks of drinking alcohol. Today’s scientists have generated several studies reporting the positive effects of alcohol on our health.  Red wine, for … [Read more...]

How to care for your teeth at home

Everyone wants to keep a bright, healthy smile throughout adulthood. By practicing proper oral hygiene at home, you can help your teeth stay healthy, beautiful, and pain free. Good dental habits can help prevent cavities, tooth decay and gum disease. Brush every morning and evening Brush your … [Read more...]

Sports drinks may have adverse effects on teens’ dental health

High numbers of younger teenagers are risking tooth decay and obesity by regularly having high-sugar sport drinks. – BBC News A recent survey found that out of one hundred and sixty teenagers, almost 90% had consumed sports drinks, with half of them drinking these drinks at least twice a week. … [Read more...]

Oral health and cognitive decline may be related

Want to keep your mind sharp, even as you start to age? Keep on brushing your teeth and have regular checkups at the dentist. Maintaining a high standard of oral health may help you think more clearly later on in life. … [Read more...]

Sugar-free drinks can damage teeth

Did you know that it is not only the sugar in the drink that can ruin your teeth? While it is true that sugar substitutes in drinks can help reduce tooth decay, the acid in the drink can strip away at tooth enamel, causing measurable damage to your teeth. … [Read more...]

Get rid of bad breath

Everyone has bad breath from time to time. In fact, for one in four adults it’s a regular problem. You can avoid the shame and embarrassment of bad breath. Here are a few tips for fresher breath: … [Read more...]

Tooth Loss Linked with Anxiety and Depression

Loosing a tooth is a big deal! More than just affecting the way you look and eat, studies have shown that tooth loss can also lead to anxiety and depression.  … [Read more...]