The Truth Behind Your Smile Your smile is so important and for so many reasons—and, we’re not talking about the way it looks. The very act of smiling can boost your immune system and your physical health. Not only is your body more relaxed when you are smiling, but they are contagious. When someone smiles… Continue reading »
We know we should brush our teeth at least twice a day to remove food debris and prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar. This helps prevent cavities, gum disease and keeps our breath fresh.
Blisters in the mouth are sores which may appear on soft tissues such as the gums, lips, tongue and the inside of the cheeks. They are quite common and usually disappear within a week or two. However, these sores can make it uncomfortable when eating and drinking, and sometimes when swallowing. While most mouth sores… Continue reading »
One of the first things people notice about you is your smile. A great smile can make a first impression, and leave a lasting one. That’s why so many people are considering procedures like getting braces to straighten their teeth. Fortunately, there are plenty of options for those who want to improve their smile without… Continue reading »
Adolescents between 12 and 19 years old will develop at least one cavity, research shows. Furthermore, an additional 20 percent of teenagers may suffer from one or more untreated cavities. So, it is abundantly clear that adopting the right lifestyle habits during these crucial years is the best way to avoid more serious problems in… Continue reading »