The human body is made up of many parts, one of the strongest of which is our teeth. We have multiple types of teeth, and each tooth comes in slightly different shapes and sizes and has a slightly different role to play. When they all work together, they act as a grinder for our food […]Continue reading..
Although many people don’t put that much thought into their teeth on a day to day basis, our teeth are vital to our health and well-being. Our teeth are made of proteins and minerals—like collagen and calcium—and are one of the strongest, most durable parts of our bodies. And they’re tough for a reason! They […]Continue reading..
Oral health refers to the state and health of our mouths, including our teeth, tongues, and gums. You may not have thought too much about your oral health in the past, but keeping up good oral hygiene is paramount to good health. Does the health of your mouth have anything to do with your overall […]Continue reading..
Toothaches—which are characterized by soreness, pain, or an ache in your tooth or the surrounding area—are never a pleasant experience and can be incredibly frustrating. Toothaches often cause your teeth to be far more sensitive to hot or cold temperatures than they usually are. Biting or chewing also becomes painful and almost unbearable. Your teeth […]Continue reading..
There are several things you can do to keep up your dental hygiene, but the bottom line is: smoking will damage and darken your teeth, and brushing and flossing your teeth regularly paired with dental visits are your best options for keeping your smile healthy, strong, and beautiful. These days it’s common knowledge that smoking […]Continue reading..