With the New Year right around the corner, we are hopeful that things start going back to normal in 2021. There’s no better way to start 2021 than to do something for yourself after the stressful year that was 2020. Incorporate taking care of your teeth in your daily and yearly self-care goals.
Whether you’re an avid smoker or you’ve given up the habit, you would know smoking isn’t good for your physical and mental health. But how does it affect your oral health? Research has shown that in 2019, approximately 34.1 million adults in the U.S. smoked cigarettes, with over 16 million Americans living with a disease related to …
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More often than not, when you’re in unbearable pain, you’d be tempted to Google a DIY home remedy for toothaches. However, some of these aren’t effective at all and work no better than a placebo. Others might even end up doing more harm than good.
Pumpkin spice latte and apple pies are great, but we all know that the best thing about fall is Halloween. And the best thing about Halloween is trick-or-treating.
The way your teeth look can have a great impact on your confidence. There’s nothing wrong with having crooked teeth, but patients often complain that it makes them feel under confident in most situations.
If you’ve recently noticed white spots on your teeth, there can be many reasons why they’re surfacing. Lifestyle changes, health problems, and poor dental hygiene can contribute to the discoloration of your pearly whites and lead to undesirable spots.