Chewing gum has been an enjoyable habit for millions of Americans for more than 100 years. People choose to chew gum for a variety of reasons: to freshen their breath, to prevent them from over-indulging in foods or beverages, or to keep them from bad habits like smoking or biting their nails. Well, you may
Last month, we discussed the importance of limiting your intake of sugar because of how much damage it can cause to the teeth. This month we want to give you a little piece of advice on how to protect your child’s teeth now and throughout the holiday season – with minimal effort on your part.
Your teeth are made up of the hardest substance inside the human body, enamel. This hard substance surrounds the inner layers of the teeth to protect their roots and their lifelines. You see, each tooth within the mouth is a separate living feature. Every tooth has its own direct bloodline, and when a tooth becomes
As school is back in session, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of a new school year. New backpacks, new classes, new teachers, and starting back with sports can bring a lot of enthusiasm to the end of summer. While it is fun shopping for new school supplies and new clothes
As August rolls around, there’s an anticipation of changes that are about to begin. The daily temperatures start to cool, and kids head back to school. Have you changed your travel routes to accommodate for the increased school traffic? Have you noticed any leaves beginning to change their color? As your schedule, the weather, leaves,
It’s summer, and we’re happy about that! Getting a break from the busy routines of school and sports is such a relief over the summer. Summer is also a great time to reestablish or establish healthy dental habits for your family as well. If the end of the school year craziness got you and your