Did you really just break your tooth? Go to the dentist, like, right now! If for some reason you’re reading because you like to prepare for the worst — or at the very least prepare for a bicycle crash — here’s our course of action for you to follow following a broken tooth. We will…
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.
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.
Dark chocolate is decadent, delicious and…Good for your teeth? While it may come as a surprise, despite its sugar content this sweet treat has hidden oral health benefits.
Before you grab another handful of jelly beans, take a moment to consider another part of your body that candy isn’t always kind to: Your teeth!