The next time you pass on some cookies or a donut for a smoothie, coffee, juice or flavored water, you might want to consider how much sugar is in those drinks and how much damage they can do your teeth.
Some of the funniest and scariest scenes in movie history take place at a dentist’s office. I guess it’s because people have this fear of seeing the dentist when they shouldn’t. So we are going to countdown (in no particular order) our “Best Dentist Scenes
TOOTHY’S BLOG - A lot of people have dental phobia for some reason. They believe dental procedures and even check-ups are going to be painful although most people will tell you most dental procedures are pretty painless. I’ve even heard people say they are more af
The symptoms of advanced tooth decay include: toothache. tooth sensitivity – you may feel tenderness or pain when eating or drinking something hot, cold or sweet. discolored spots (grey, brown or black) appearing on your teeth. bad breath. an unpleasant taste in your mouth. When to se
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over a tooth – to cover the tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance. The crowns, when cemented into place, fully encase the entire visible portion of a tooth that lies at a
Like every other thing these days, the simple task of choosing a toothbrush also presents itself with several options. But the biggest debate in this category is whether to opt for a manual one where you brush on your own or to go for an electric toothbrush where the bat
There are foods that are enemies of your teeth. On the flipside, there are foods out there that are your teeth’s very good best friends! While there’s no substitute for good oral hygiene, here are some food items that can boost your oral health: Got milk? Calcium is one of th
10 Tips for Moms with a busy schedule stay up on their dental health. Drink more water. Keep travel toothbrushes and floss handy. Snack smarter. Drink sugary drinks through a straw. Chew (xylitol) gum. Keep toothbrushes by the kitchen sink. Use rinses with fluoride. Pre-make snacks
Swollen gums, bleeding after brushing, loosening of teeth, constant bad breath and receding gum line — all these are signs of poor oral hygiene and its adverse impact on gums. Problems in gums in initial stages are easy to combat, but results could be as bad as loss of tooth, if not t
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