Did you know: 90 to 95 percent of dental problems are preventable? If you think you’re too busy or tired to care for your teeth and gums, do these two things – at a minimum – to keep your mouth free of disease.
Taking care of your teeth and gums is always important. But it’s especially important during pregnancy. Find out why – and follow these dental tips to keep your mouth (and your baby’s health!) safe during these nine months.
One out of two Americans aged 30 or up has gum disease, according to the CDC. That’s 64.7 million adults! Gum disease, if left unchecked, can lead to a number of problems. Follow these tips to better care for these important tissues.
“Do you floss regularly?” the dental hygienist asked as I stared at her blankly. Well, I’ve thought about flossing from time to time – I wonder if that counts. The truth is, most people just don’t like to floss. TheyRead More…