A hearty Thanksgiving meal might be delicious, but how does it affect your pearly whites? We’ve created this guide to help you keep your teeth feeling fabulous during, and after, your Thanksgiving feast!
Foul breath is no fun, but it’s something everyone has experienced at some point in their lives. Chronic bad breath is known as halitosis and can be caused by bacteria in your mouth or possibly an underlying health problem. Most people who suffer from severe bad breath also develop a lewd taste in their mouths, which may be a sign that it’s time for a visit to your dentist.
‘Tis the season for delicious foods! As we dive deeper into the holiday season, it’s important to know which fall favorites are good for your teeth and which can harm them.
The holiday season, with Halloween in particular, is a strenuous season for your teeth. During this time, teeth are subjected to an abundance of candy.
Something that you have likely heard over and over through the years is that soda is bad for your teeth. Many Americans regularly consume soda, and it has become a staple in many diets. Is it really as bad as they say?