Category: Nutrition

Category: Nutrition

Dec
21

The holidays are for family, friends, and fun. However, even when you are having a good time, it is important to still keep your dental health in mind.  This way, you can start the new year with healthy teeth and gums! Consider these dental tips during this holiday season. Make Home Dental Care a Priority …

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Dec
07

The winter holiday season is upon us, and with it comes a slew of seasonal treats that make our taste buds sing – and our teeth sting! Unfortunately, some of our favorite holiday foods can wreak havoc on our teeth. Below, we cover some holiday treats that are terrible for teeth. Peanut Brittle Peanut brittle …

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Nov
30

Your dental health is an important part of your overall wellness, and the New Year is a great time to create resolutions for improving your health. Many people have dental health resolutions that range from improving their toothbrushing habits to completing delayed dental treatment. Understanding the benefits of your particular resolutions can be motivating and …

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Nov
16

Turkey The Good: This main course is packed with protein. The Bad: “Turkey can be difficult to eat because it sometimes gets stuck between your teeth,” says ADA spokesperson Dr. Kim Harms. “That’s where flossing can help.” The MouthHealthy: It’s the star of the Thanksgiving table. Gobble it up! Cranberry Sauce The Good: It’s a tasty Thanksgiving tradition. The …

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Jun
15

When it comes to the health of your teeth, you really are what you eat. Sugary foods, such as candy and soda, contribute to tooth decay. One of the first areas to decline when your diet is less than ideal is your oral health, according to the American Dental Association (ADA). Use this healthy foods …

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