Tag Archives: Oral Health

  1. 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.

  2. Do Cold Foods And Drinks Make You Wince?

    We can all agree that the arrival of the spring is very exciting for many reasons. The longer days and warmer weather are a welcome change to the cold and snowy days of winter. Along with the warmer weather comes the enjoyment of ice cold drinks and frozen treats. Do you love the warmer weather, but the thought of cold drinks and treats leave you feeling less than enthused? If the thought of enjoying a refreshing treat leaves you hesitant due to the sensation felt in your teeth, continue reading to learn more about this common condition and what can be done.

  3. You Are What You Eat

    When it comes to the health of your mouth, you really are what you eat. We know that candy, soda, and other sugary sweets are harmful and can cause tooth decay and cavities. One of the first areas to decline when you aren’t eating the healthiest diet is your teeth and oral health. Continue reading to learn some healthy, delicious snack and drink ideas and how they can not only benefit your body, but your mouth as well.

  4. Diabetes And Oral Health

    Diabetes affects more than 34 million Americans each year, which is about 10% of the United States population. It is a chronic condition that comes in two forms: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 is a condition in which little to no insulin is produced in the pancreas. Type 2 occurs when the body is insulin resistant, causing abnormal blood sugar levels.