Lifestyle | Health and Wellness
Having to deal with a dental emergency while traveling or on vacation is no one’s idea of a fun time. Follow our tips below to save your vacation by helping to reduce the chance you’ll have dental problems on your trip and make it easier to manage if you do.
Your mouth can harbor hundreds of different types of microorganisms (germs), which according to the American Dental Association (ADA), can transfer to your toothbrush during use. The following the tips below will help keep your toothbrush hygienic and able to do its one job: cleaning your teeth.
Dental tourism – and other types of medical tourism – involve traveling to another location to get healthcare. People may do this to gain access to medical expertise that is unavailable in their own country. Or they may be looking to save money on the cost of care.
Got a Headache or Migraine? See A Dentist: Dental Health Problems & Bad Teeth Can Trigger Migraines and Headaches
Every ten seconds in America, someone goes to the emergency room seeking help for head pain. Approximately 1.2 million of those visits are for migraines.
Summer is supposed to be a stress-free season, a time to relax a bit and enjoy life. But while we’re playing, healthcare providers are working hard. Hospitals expect to see an increase in patients during summertime. In honor of June being National Safety Month, here are ten tips for healthy teeth to help you protect your own and your loved ones’ happy, healthy smiles.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month making it a good time to discuss the impact of oral health on your mental health, and vice versa.
Summertime brings along delicious treats, and many are healthy too. But there are some foods and drinks that can damage your child’s teeth if consumed too frequently. You may want to avoid the items listed below, limit consumption, or substitute for a healthier snack.
We all know that red wine is one of the primary culprits when it comes to making your teeth look dingy, right? But guess what – red wine is not the enemy of your teeth. It may be their best friend. Why? Because red wine may lower the ability of destructive bacteria to stick to teeth.