Breakfast Floss- the essence of breakfast in an oral hygiene too, a new find! Fun at Reading Terminal Market Philadelphia, PA.
Fractured Teeth are a Common Occurrence In health teeth sustain form and function through many chewing cycles. As time passes, the consequence of age and use is fractured teeth! Any tooth may begin to show signs of strain on its structure and become symptomatic. Dentists observe “crazing”, stress notches, wear and break down of dental materials at their margins. […]
by Peter Frost And Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz Silver tooth fillings have been placed in the mouths of Americans since before the Civil War, an inexpensive, durable and reliable material that helped form the foundation of modern dentistry. For nearly as long, they’ve been a source of controversy. Because elemental mercury – a toxic substance – […]
Prevention, still the best value! Its about plaque, the brush, floss, tooth paste and a little professional coaching. Simple solutions!
The New York Times By Jane E. Brody January 23, 2012 Dental Exam Went Well? Thank Fluoride I admit to being jealous of my sons for growing up in a time when vaccines spared them miseries like the measles, mumps and polio scares that marred my childhood. But I’m most envious of their freedom from the […]
Can straightening your teeth improve your health? We all know that going through a teeth straightening treatment like Invisalign or traditional braces improves your appearance. However, did you know that having straighter teeth can also improve your overall health? Malocclusion When your teeth are improperly aligned in your mouth it creates what dentists and […]
What’s your reason for not flossing? I go to the dentist twice a year for a checkup. I’ve always worried about my teeth—almost every tooth in my mouth has a filling. However, with all my concerns, I still don’t do what I’m supposed to do to try to keep my pearly whites healthy. I don’t […]
By Dr. Jerry Simon It’s a little known fact that Fluoride is the 13th most common natural element on Earth. It is naturally present in the oceans at a concentration of 1 part per million (ppm). Yet, it is generally not present in the lakes and rivers on land therefore it is not usually naturally […]
By Luke Malone October 20, 2011 Products marketed as sugar-free are not always what they’re cracked up to be, according to a recent study that says they have the ability to cause dental erosion and gastric upset while having a minimal impact on weight-loss. Publishing their findings in the British Dental Journal, a team of […]
By Karen Cicero for Charge Up For Good Health You can have a stunning smile at any age — you just need to know how to prepare. “Each decade of life poses different challenges for your teeth,” says Arthur Weiner, a dentist, spokesperson for the Academy of General Dentistry and professor at the Tufts University […]