Category: Dental Hygiene

receding gums

Gum disease is one of the biggest undiscussed health issues in the United States, with a majority of Americans experiencing some form of it during their adult lives.  While gum disease may seem like a minor issue particularly in its earlier manifestation, if left untreated it may lead to further…

cavity

Cavities are one of the most common dental problems in this country–per a 2016 study conducted by the Center for Disease Control, nearly 90% of American adults have had a cavity at some point in their lives. And that’s a shame, as cavities can be prevented with a little care…

children teeth grinding

As a parent, you want your children’s sleeping hours to be filled with rest and sweet dreams. The childhood years are irreplaceable, and it’s the job of the parent to make them as pleasant as possible. Thus it may be surprising or even unnerving the first time you hear your…

Dental-Care

A bright and shiny smile is an indicator of good health, as we all know. However, the condition of your teeth and gums plays a bigger role in your overall health than many people think. Oral health is a critical component of overall health, as your body is one system…

teeth cleaning

Regular teeth cleanings are a vital part of preserving and enhancing oral health. There is a chance for a professional to care for your teeth and head off potential problems before they turn into something serious. There’s an established correlation between regular twice a year teeth cleanings and long-term oral…

prebiotics

The human mouth and the human gut are home to the two largest concentrations of microscopic life in the body. Some of these are bad for your health–the bacteria that cause tooth decay being a prominent example. However, some kinds can be helpful, and that’s where prebiotics and probiotics come…