What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (part 8)!
Acidic Foods (what to look out for) While we may all have a general understanding of what acid is and that some foods may be acidic or not, when it..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (part 7)!
On some level we may agree that drinking alcohol isn’t exactly healthy, especially to excess. What we may not realize is that when you drink, you dry out your mouth..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (part 6)!
Unless you are allergic to peanuts it is a pretty good assumption that you have had peanut butter. Some indications not that peanut butter has been found as far back..
Why dental hygiene is essential for overall health
The importance of maintaining clean teeth and healthy gums goes beyond having fresh breath and a white smile. Many people are surprised to discover that oral hygiene plays an integral..
Study Links Tooth Loss, Heart Disease
A new study shows a progressive association between tooth loss and cardiovascular disease, even among nonsmokers. According to a report in the December 2005 issue of the American Journal of..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (Part 5)!
Ok, I know everyone may be aware that the sugar in soda can erode enamel. However, some people may believe that clear sodas like Sprite, 7UP, and ginger ale are..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (part 4)!
Most of us from time to time have chewed on ice and while the occasional crunching is not bad a persistent desire to chew on ice can cause trouble with..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (part 3)!
While it is known that beverages that are high in sugar such as soda there are liquids that we don’t normally think about as possibly being harmful to our teeth. ..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (part 2)!
Eating popcorn similar to the previous article which discussed the danger of eating dried fruit, popcorn may be good when it comes to a great snack that does not have..
What is Secretly Bad for Your Teeth (Part 1)!
Eating dried fruit may be good when it comes to getting nutritional value, however when eaten the dried pieces of fruit are tough and may become lodged between your teeth…