Oral Health

Poison or Penny-saver: Water Fluoridation

Fluoride

A big discussion throughout the nation and specifically in our backyard is fluoride. Should it be in the water? Should it not? With three-fourths of the country drinking water with fluoride added in, Wichita has voted to reject adding fluoride to the local water in 1964, 1978, and in 2012 with a 59% “no” vote… Read More…

The Psychological and Social Impact Associated with Missing Teeth

Missing Teeth

If you are reading this, it means that you either have a loose tooth that is likely about to fall out or you have at least one tooth that is already missing. Either or, you are probably already feeling the effects of the situation. It is likely that you are scared, angry, and frustrated with… Read More…

10 Ways to Keep Your Teeth Healthy

Ways To Keep Teeth Healthy

The teeth are considered to be among the strongest components of the body; however, after a lifetime of consuming natural and synthetic sugars, crunching on hard substances, consuming a variety of beverages, missed dental cleanings, and other dental-related activities, chips, breakages, and loss may occur as a result of damaged tooth enamel, pressure, tooth decay,… Read More…

New Year Resolutions That Will Improve Your Dental Health

New Years Resolutions For Dental Health

Your dental health is a critical component to your overall health and wellness. The New Year is a wonderful time to create and stick to resolutions that are designed to make you feel better and look better. Why not establish a few resolutions that will ensure optimal oral health? Taking care of all components of… Read More…

7 Conditions of the Mouth That Everyone Should Know About

According to professionals, there are several conditions that may detrimentally impact your oral health. It is a known fact that the mouth is considered to be one of the most critical components of your body. A problem that affects this region of the body can result in difficulties in eating, drinking, speaking, and even smiling…. Read More…

The Detriment of Diabetes on Dental Health

Diabetics have excessive amounts of glucose in their blood. As a result, it is common for the diagnosed to experience varying degrees of pain in the mouth, oral infections, and similar other complications that negatively impact the teeth, the gums, the soft tissues in the mouth, as well as the jaws. The glucose within the… Read More…

Serious Health Problems That Can Stem from Poor Oral Health

We all want a friendly, white, and bright smile. Having perfect teeth and gorgeous gums makes this goal easier to accomplish; however, the overall effect and impact of your oral health far exceeds the appearance of your smile. Optimal oral hygiene has been proven to assist in preventing serious health issues. Due to the fact… Read More…

5 Things That Can Negatively Impact Your Oral Health

Ensuring optimal care of your mouth, the gums, and your teeth is a highly rewarding goal, according to medical professionals. Not only can these activities eliminate bad breath, ward off gum disease, and effectively combat against tooth decay, but they can help in preventing the development of certain medical problems, such as diabetes, stroke, and… Read More…

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