Pumpkin has become a staple of the autumn season. However, there are a few things everyone should keep in mind about pumpkin in relation to oral health.
Fortunately, there are ways you can safely consume coffee without risking stains and damage to your teeth. In this post we’ll explore five ways that can reduce the risk of stained teeth from coffee consumption.
How exactly does sugar damage our teeth? It’s worth looking at so we can better understand just how our teeth are affected by all the sugary foods and drinks that we consume.
When consumed beyond recommended levels, alcoholic beverages can be quite damaging to various aspects of your health. One that often gets forgotten, however, is the effect it can have on teeth and oral health.
Do you wince sometimes when tasting certain foods? It may be a sign that you have extremely sensitive teeth. You’re not alone; in fact, according to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), about 40 million Americans currently report experiencing pain in their teeth when eating or drinking hot, cold, acidic, sticky, or sugary foods. You can help treat it; in the meantime, here’s a list of certain foods and beverages you should avoid.