Posts Tagged ‘ dentistry ’

Some Facts to Consider When Drinking Sparkling Water

After purchasing a soda maker this past year, I began to wonder if there are any potential negative effects on your health from drinking carbonated water. After researching this subject, I found that in general drinking sparkling water has little or no detrimental effects on your health. The carbonation process, which produces that enjoyable bubbly […]

National Children’s Dental Health Month

During the month of February, The American Dental Association celebrates National Children’s Dental Health Month. This month-long national health observance reinforces the importance of oral health in children as well as helps parents with tips to keep their child’s smile on track! Developing good oral health habits at an early age and visiting our office […]

Out with the Old, In with the New

As the start of the New Year brings about resolutions, one important point our office reinforces is proper preventative measures to maintain good oral health. Here are some brushing tips you can improve on in 2022. Keeping Your Toothbrush for Too Long We recommend changing your toothbrush every three months coinciding with the change of […]

The Science Behind Oral Cancer

Can drinking coffee really help prevent oral cancer? What about different types of foods? Numerous studies have been published that claim certain foods and drinks can prevent oral cancer but when it comes to a disease that will affect 43,250 people this year, it’s important to get the facts. Oral cancer, also referred to as […]