The trend today is toward embracing good dental health through natural choices – shunning fast or fried foods in favor of those with nutritious value, forsaking the couch and big TV for a walking or biking regimen. This is because Americans are living longer, and they want to enjoy those extra years in good health.
Good dental health and keeping your own teeth longer is fast becoming an objective as well. We now realize that with a little TLC to our teeth, they might last us the rest of our days, and we’ll not need to resort to dentures or partial plates.
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When you visit the dentist, they will have lots of advice on how to protect your oral health. There are several oral hygiene habits that are worth developing and maintaining in your daily health routine. These daily activities can help prevent periodontal diseases and cavities and help you maintain good oral health. Continue reading “Daily Dental Health Tips”
Someone once said that half of a relationship involves tolerating bad breath. Perhaps this is true, but what happens when your partner decides your bad breath isn’t worth tolerating? If you’re someone who suffers from bad breath, or ‘halitosis,’ especially if it’s chronic, you’ve probably explored solutions. Unfortunately, the various gums and mints available typically only address the symptoms of bad breath. As with any other health problem, if you get to the bottom of why you suffer from bad breath, you’re more likely to find a resolution of the problem. No one need suffer from chronic bad breath. Following is information on some of the most common causes of bad breath, as well as tips for preventing or even eliminating it. Continue reading “What is Halitosis?”