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It’s Flu Season – What That Means for Your Oral Health

It's Flu Season – What That Means for Your Oral Health

 

It starts with a tickle in your throat. You do your best to ignore it, and hope that it doesn’t mean what you think it does. The next day, you wake up with body aches and feeling like you’ve swallowed sandpaper.…

A Guide to Dry Mouth and How it Can Affect Oral Health

Dry Mouth and Oral Health

 

Dry mouth is a huge annoyance. Your tongue and teeth can feel dry and swollen, and no matter how much you try, you just can’t get enough saliva going.

 

These frustrations, however, are just the beginning.…

Problems That Can Arise If You Eat Without Teeth

Problems That Can Arise If You Eat Without Teeth

 

Do you eat with missing teeth? No teeth? Do you eat without putting in your dentures?

You already know that the experience isn’t exactly fun or comfortable. What you may be surprised to learn, however, is that there are health risks associated with eating without teeth.…

Want to Prevent Tooth Decay? Keep Your Mouth’s pH Balanced.

Want to Prevent Tooth Decay? Keep Your Mouth’s pH Balanced.

 

Your typical daily intake of beverages probably looks something like this: coffee, water, water, kombucha or tea, diet soft drink, water, water, wine…and water.

 

Are we close?…

Did You Know Women’s Hormone Changes Can Impact Oral Health?

Did You Know Women's Hormone Changes Can Impact Oral Health?

It’s part of being a woman – you deal with all kinds of hormonal ups and downs during your lifetime. You’ve probably read about a number different ways that these hormone changes can affect your mental and physical health, but here’s one that might have passed you by – they can impact oral health as well.…