Oral Health Link to Whole Body Health: A Blog

Oral Health Link to Whole Body Health: A Blog

  • Protect Your Oral Health by Knowing the Signs of Enamel Erosion

    Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in your body, but enamel erosion is still something about which you should be concerned. Enamel is responsible for protecting the inner layers of your teeth; in a way, enamel can be considered their first line of defence. Unfortunately, enamel can be worn down by the acids and sugars found in the foods and drinks that you consume, with sugary sodas being one of the biggest culprits.

  • Dental Implants: Why You Should Tell Your Dentist That You're Taking Antidepressants

    If you're looking for a permanent false tooth solution, then you may be thinking about having a dental implant. Implants use strong posts that are inserted into bone to anchor a false tooth into place; they can often be a more secure and natural solution to other teeth replacement options. However, like any medical procedure, implants are not suitable for everyone and may not always work. If you're taking antidepressants, it is important that you tell your dentist before you opt for implant treatment as your medication may affect the success of the implant.

  • Increase Your Dating Confidence with Cosmetic Dentistry

    Dating can be really nerve-racking, especially when you're not happy with your appearance. If you dislike your teeth, you might find yourself feeling reluctant to smile, avoiding dates that involve eating, and worrying about that special first kiss. A 1998 survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry showed that 85% of adults believe that an unattractive smile makes a person less appealing to the opposite sex — so your fears may not be totally unfounded.

  • 3 Important Reasons Why Even Missing Back Teeth Should Be Replaced

    Most people won't hesitate to replace a missing front tooth, whether by using a dental implant, denture or having a bridge put in. After all, a missing front tooth is noticeable when you smile or eat, so people naturally want to have the gap filled in. In contrast, it's often hard for people to spot a missing back tooth, so people are less motivated to have the gap filled in using one of the methods listed above.

  • Brace Up and Straighten Out

    Having straight white teeth to compliment your smile is a sure way to improve your confidence. Dentistry has come a long way over the years, and there are now a variety of treatments available to help you to correct crooked teeth, straighten them out and keep them looking white and clean. Many of these procedures are quick and simple and can be arranged in very little time. This simple guide will give you an overview of some of the different methods being practiced today so that you are more informed about the two main braces options available to you, in order straighten your teeth.

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    About Me
    Oral Health Link to Whole Body Health: A Blog

    You may have heard that cavities and oral decay are linked to things like heart disease, and, in fact, your oral health affects your entire body. Hi! My name is Brenda, and I like to look at things holistically. Because of that, I created this blog. I plan for its posts to look at the link between dental issues and other health issues. I hope that the people who visit this blog learn a few tips about oral care as well as gaining a deeper understanding of why it's so important. Healthy smiles indicate a healthy body, and I hope this blog helps you achieve both!