Oral health is still important during a pandemic, and preventative dental health remains essential. The pandemic has caused multiple effects regarding oral health from the postponement of non-urgent dental care early in the pandemic to now somewhat a return to normal care. Although it appears that Americans have heeded recommendations to continue with at home care, there remain effects and unintended consequences.
Pregnancy is an exciting and wondrous time, but it comes with many unknowns. Expectant moms in East Village, NYC are faced with an onslaught of books and articles concerning the “dos and don’ts” during pregnancy.
Of utmost importance is keeping both mom and baby healthy. Maintaining oral healthcare is one of those necessary things to do.
Our enamel is that shiny hard surface covering our teeth which helps to shield them from decay. Protecting our enamel and keeping it strong is easy to do if you know how. Unfortunately, once you have damaged or eroded it, it is impossible to regenerate it. Take advantage of these 9 tips to improve your enamel health and keep those pearly whites sparkling.
Gingivitis can sneak up on you if you aren’t paying attention, or you don’t know the telltale signs. If you want to keep your teeth in place and keep them healthy, take some time to learn the early signs of gingivitis and how to prevent it.
Ask anyone what they care about the most when it comes to their oral health, and most will list two main concerns. They worry about whether their pearly whites are white enough, and they have concerns about their breath. Few people will tell you they worry about their gums, especially receding gums, but that doesn’t mean this topic shouldn’t be a major concern.
Everyone craves that bright smile of TV personalities and movie stars. It exudes youth, attractiveness, and confidence. But then the cost of that smile turns those cravings back a notch, right?
Good news! There are a few simple ways you can get that movie star smile without breaking the bank.
People lose teeth from varied reasons like decay, gum disease, cancer treatment and lack of proper care. Tooth loss can also occur playing sports without the proper equipment and from many other types of accidents.
No matter how you lost your tooth, the answer to the question of “should I replace my missing tooth?” is a resounding YES, and as soon as possible. In fact, doing nothing about your missing tooth is the only option you should avoid. Now that you know the answer, we will explain why it is so crucial to do something about that missing tooth.
Candy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner can sound like a dream for a young child (and sometimes even for an adult), but can be a complete nightmare for your dental health. At Halloween, those sugary foods are readily available, and it’s okay to indulge. However, there are a few tips that can help keep your kids’ smiles from becoming spooky after all of those treats!