How Pregnancy Can Affect Your Teeth And Gums
1 July 2015
Discovering that you're pregnant might be an exciting event in your life; however, you might not realize that this event can place you at a higher risk for developing tooth problems. Because of this, good oral care and regular visits to a dentist are vital during pregnancy. With proper care, you may be able to prevent pregnancy-related gingivitis and other oral problems that can lead to toothaches, pain, and decay.
Chew On This: 6 Health Benefits Of Chewing Sugar-Free Gum
17 June 2015
You may have been told for years that chewing gum will promote tooth decay. While popping a stick of sugary gum in your mouth isn't good for your teeth, it turns out that sugar-free gum is full of health benefits. Here are some little-known health benefits of chewing gum.
Many people who have a hard time controlling their weight eat when they're bored. They may be watching television or reading a book and want something to snack on just to have something to chew.
Tips For Preventing Baby Bottle Decay
28 May 2015
If you have an infant child, then you have a variety of soothing methods up your sleeve to help you stop fussing and tantrums. If these methods include giving your child a bottle with milk or formula in the evening or at night, then your child is at risk of developing cavities at a very young age. This condition is called baby bottle decay and it can result in long-term oral problems.
Envious Pearly Whites: Can You Really Get Them Safely At Home?
6 May 2015
There's no question that everyone wants sparkling, glimmering white teeth, but can you achieve that Hollywood-glam from the comfort of your own home? Is there a safe alternative to the dental chair? This article will explore the possibilities of some of the remedies that promise you the perfect smile.
Whitening With Strawberries
There is a popular rumor circulating on the Internet that either by eating strawberries or brushing with them and a mixture of baking soda you can naturally and effectively produce whiter teeth.