As the United States and most of the rest of the world gets acclimated to a new normal in the…
For many people, choosing a new dentist becomes a bit of an afterthought. When people move to new area, they…
Content marketing should not be misconstrued with online advertising as they are not one and the same. Content marketing is the strategic use of various types of interesting digital content, used to attract new customers and grow a business. This is especially true when it comes to marketing a dentist’s services online. Today, content marketing has changed the landscape in which dental practices interact with and foster long-term relationships with patients. Here are some of the top tricks when it comes to content marketing for dentists that every dentist should know, for the biggest return on investment.
It may have been a while since the last dental appointment and a number of different factors could have occurred between that time and now to make it necessary to choose a new dental provider. Relocation, changes in medical insurance, or simply because of personal preferences it may be time to choose a new dentist. But what is the best way to pick a top dentist near you? Here are a few steps to follow when choosing the best dentist to meet any patient’s needs.
You want white teeth and a dazzling smile, so should you forego those blueberries so that your pearly whites stay that way? Or drop that jolt of java from your morning routine because it might stain your teeth? And, if you unwind with a glass of cabernet sauvignon, surely your purplish lips and tongue must mean that your teeth are also being stained, right? Do you need to give up all these treats? If you are concerned about teeth staining and want to learn more about teeth whitening you should contact a dentist who does teeth whitening. A top Clearwater cosmetic dentist will answer all of your teeth whitening questions and will suggest ways to keep you teeth healthy and white.
It’s the middle day of a holiday weekend and your tooth is throbbing. It could be a loose filling, a…
It’s hard to resist raw chopped onions on a Coney dog or a big burger with a thin slice of raw onion, but you’d better hope you don’t have to socialize too much after downing these tasty treats.
Battling Bad Breath
As a general rule, bad breath is related to what we drink or eat. As to beverages, alcohol is sure to give you bad breath, coffee does as well. Different cultures have spicy foods, and people who consume these foods on a regular basis, will experience odors, not only emanating from their mouth, but also from their pores.
Listerine, a leading mouthwash manufacturer, says there are five top foods that will give you bad breath – of course, we are familiar with onions and garlic being the biggest culprits, and even canned tuna is no surprise, but horseradish and dairy foods also make your mouth feel a little funky.
Dairy products as a source for bad breath may surprise you, but, while dairy products may be good for your teeth and bones, they make your mouth feel unclean. This is because naturally occurring bacteria from your tongue feeds on the amino acids in dairy products (milk, cottage cheese, yogurt and cheeses), resulting in a foul odor.
Red wine and concord grape juice have been long known to do two things:
#1 – make an indelible stain on clothes or carpeting; and
#2 – prevent the oxidation of bad cholesterol that leads to the formation of plaque in artery walls.
As to #2, if you were looking for an excuse to have that morning glass of grape juice or a nightly glass of red wine perhaps you have one now. After all, if a mere beverage can help lower the risk of developing blood clots that lead to heart attacks, you might as well go for it, right? One important thing to remember is that having stained teeth does not mean that your teeth are unhealthy, and if you have stained teeth there are solutions such as a visit to a top dentist and an in office tooth whitening procedure.
“We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do”. ~Mother Teresa
Those are wise words indeed, spoken by the late Mother Teresa. These days, world events have us weary and worried. Many times we shuffle out of the door, breaking a smile to those to whom we feel obligated to smile at, but, admittedly our smile is not always heartfelt. We are wise to cast our cares aside when we venture out, so that we let others see the good in our soul, and not the sorrows or angst that we might carry with us. Even those who suffer from depression will benefit from a smile – a shared smile that they give away or one that they receive.
The idea of presenting a happy face to the world is good for your psyche. In fact, smiling is the best present we can give to ourselves. It is free and people will be more enamored with you from benefiting from your positive influence on them.
There are old wives’ tales and urban legends on every topic imaginable. Once upon a time, household hints and medical tips were passed along from generation to generation and circulated by housewives at a kaffeeklatsch or via the glossy pages of “Good Housekeeping” magazine. Through the wonders of the internet, we no longer need to rely on the written words and collection of “how to” tips from our ancestors – we need only “Google” to get what info we need. If the solution is dubious, we go to “Snopes” to verify the facts… but, even in this modern age, there are still many myths about dental care that exist. Wherever do these stories come from? Many of them are untrue, and simply unbelievable! Have a look for yourself below: