In today’s health-conscious world, people are seeking cleaner dining options and wellness-centered activities. Consumer reports from the past couple of years have noted a rise in vegetable-forward dishes, as well as varied food options for those with dietary restrictions or different dietary preferences. Continue reading Four unexpected foods that are good for your smile, and two you should avoid
May is National Older Americans Month. Adults over 65 visit the dentist less than any other age group, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, as we age our bodies require more care and are at greater risk for disease than when we were younger. Below are six tips for seniors for maintaining good oral health habits and attitudes. Continue reading 5 Oral Health Tips for Seniors
April is Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Month
Cancers of the mouth, head and neck are expected to claim 9,570 American lives this year, and more than 600,000 new cases of oral cancer will be diagnosed worldwide.
Oral hygiene. To kids, it can seem like more of a chore than their actual chores. Even though it takes just a few minutes each day, most kids would rather brush off brushing and flossing their teeth. But with a few simple tips, you can give your kids a reason to smile when it comes to their dental habits. Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush and Floss