In order for tooth decay to be developed in a tooth, that tooth must have acid producing bacteria around it, along with food for the bacteria to feed upon. Teeth that are susceptible to decay will have little to no fluoride in the enamel to fight the plaque. Fluoride can destroy decay, although it won’t be able to do much once the decay has started to eat the teeth.
Your oral hygiene is the window to your overall health. Did you know? Unhealthy gums and buildup of plaque can make you more susceptible to a host of serious medical complications like stroke, cardiovascular disease and bacterial pneumonia. While oral hygiene includes maintaining a dental regime and regular visits to the dentist, it also includes … Read more
Nutrition has an impact on nearly every aspect of your health and life. If you’re not eating and drinking the correct things all the time, you are damaging your own immune systems. Giving yourself a good diet and a good oral care routine and a healthy diet can have amazing benefits for your overall health. … Read more
There are a lot of things to consider when choosing a dentist for you or your family. It is obvious that you want to choose someone who is well educated and when possible highly regarded by references that you trust. This means talking to your friends and family to see where they go and how … Read more