We all know that sugary sodas will destroy your teeth. It’s common knowledge, and we’ve been telling our kids (and ourselves) for years to avoid the colas, sodas, and pops, but there’s something we don’t normally look to as a potential dental threat: sports drinks. We’re going to take a deep dive into this sporty…
You try your best to keep your teeth healthy. Brushing twice a day, using the right toothpaste, and of course always flossing. You don’t want to fall victim to tooth decay, but did you know there are somethings that could damage your teeth without you even realizing? We’re teeth experts here at Cirocco, and we’ve…
How much do you know about cavities? A cavity is an extremely common dental concern, especially for young children. But what causes them, how can they be prevented, and what should you expect during a cavity filling?
Eucalyptus oil may be your go-to remedy when you’ve got a stuffy nose, but it can also work wonders for your teeth, gums, and mouth! It’s a natural way to prevent diseases and improve your overall oral care.
Are you looking for ways to improve your health in the new year? Look no further than your teeth! In honor of 2019, here are 19 simple and easy ways for you to enhance your oral care this year.
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.
Over time, our teeth often suffer from tooth decay and the loss of tooth enamel due to insufficient dental hygiene habits. To reduce the effect that this decay has on your teeth you can implement daily habits and products into your life to help fight tooth decay and protect your teeth.
Getting your child to follow regular brushing habits is extremely important for their oral health. Frequent brushing, avoiding sugary drinks, and routine teeth cleanings are just a few of the best ways to help prevent cavities. Even with all these options available, why is tooth decay the most common chronic disease of children ages 2-11? Experts suggest that many parents are failing to preserve their child’s overall oral hygiene.