Tag Archives: Oral Health

  1. Stress And The Effect On Your Oral Health

    We can’t believe that November is here. We hope that you are enjoying the beautiful fall foliage and outdoor activities that we have available in our area this time of year. Before you know it, the holiday season will arrive, followed quickly by the start of the new year. While we have many patients who are excited for all of the festivities that the holidays bring, especially after the limitations many of us had last year due to the pandemic, we know not everyone shares this excitement. The holidays can be a stressful time for some people. You might be surprised to learn that added stress can have an effect on your oral health.

  2. A Healthy Mouth Is More Important Than You May Realize

    Do you feel that your oral health is lacking? Upon reflection, are you realizing that it has been some time since your last visit to our office? We know that life is busy and it can be easy to forget to schedule your hygiene examination or recommended treatment. Before you know it, the holidays will be here and we will be ringing in the start of 2022. Now is the perfect time to evaluate your oral hygiene routine and schedule any appointments that are needed before the new year. Not taking proper care of your oral health can lead to an increase in dental emergencies as well as adding to the risk of experiencing other dental caused medical issues. Read on to learn more about keeping your oral health a priority.

  3. Can Binge Watching TV Affect Your Oral Health?

    With the ever-growing popularity in streaming services mixed with the lingering effects of the pandemic and many people still reserved about venturing out, binge watching TV has never been easier or more common. An entire season of a show being released on one day leaves many people eager to watch every episode as fast as they can. This leads us to the question of can binge watching TV affect your oral health? Unfortunately, for some, the answer is yes.

  4. Caring For Your Oral Health As You Age

    There is a certain misconception that would have patients believing that losing your teeth at an older age is inevitable. When thinking back to the time of our grandparents and earlier, that might have been more accurate. Dental care from years ago was not what it is today. Modern dentistry, technology and the awareness of our oral health makes it possible to keep your teeth for the rest of your life if they are cared for properly.