4 Ways Drinking Water Improves Your Oral Health

Categories: Oral Health
4 Ways Drinking Water Improves Your Oral Health

Most people know about the benefits of drinking water for their overall health. But do you know that water is also good for your oral health? Here is how drinking water improves your oral health. 1. It keeps your mouth clean Water cleans your mouth by washing away the leftover food particles. Sugar and residue […]

Four Oral Health Symptoms of Seasonal Allergies

Categories: Holiday, Oral Health
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You dread increasing allergens if you experience seasonal allergies. While you are fighting irritated sinuses, constant sneezing, and itchy eyes, your teeth may be fighting other battles, as allergies can affect your oral health. Here are four oral health symptoms of seasonal allergies: 1. Tooth Pain Stuffy sinuses can cause tooth pain. As pressure builds […]

Four Reasons Why Dental X-Rays Could Be Helpful to You

Categories: Oral Health
Four Reasons Why Dental X-Rays Could Be Helpful to You

Dental radiographs or X-rays are images of the hard and soft tissues surrounding your teeth and jawbones. Using low levels of radiation, these X-rays can provide an in-depth look at your teeth and gums. And they can be just as important as your oral examination and teeth cleaning. For a comprehensive checkup, we recommend including […]

Connection Between Oral Health & Stress

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Your oral health has been connected to health problems all around the body over the past few years. Often going both ways, your oral health can affect the rest of your body and vice versa. Stress is no exception. 2020 & 2021 have been very stressful years, and if that stress has been hitting you […]

What To Expect During a Root Canal

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Few dental procedures instill fear in the hearts of patients as the infamous ‘root canal.’ The procedure is often associated with pain, long inspiring statements such as “I’d rather have a root canal than go through that.” Sure, this might have been true a couple of decades ago, but with modern advances in technology, the […]

Which is Better For You? Manual Toothbrush or Electric Toothbrush?

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Every dental professional will tell you the first step towards good oral health is brushing your teeth (twice a day for at least 2 minutes each). Doing this helps remove bacteria that adheres to your teeth and causes plaque. Did you know that the buildup of plaque leads to gum disease and tooth decay? Therefore, […]