Most people know which foods to avoid if you want to keep your teeth healthy (sugary foods, junk foods etc..) but knowing the best foods for your teeth isn’t so common! Here we have outlined some of the best foods to strengthen and maintain strong, healthy teeth.
One of the most common fears people have is also happens to be one that everyone is required to face at least once in their life time. Visiting the dentist! For some it’s the sounds and smells, for others it’s the pain and needles; either way, a visit to the dentist can be one of the most anxiety inducing experiences for people with a fear of the dentist…
Sometimes when we brush our teeth, we may notice our gums are red and inflamed and they may even bleed. These symptoms should not be ignored as they may be a sign of gum disease or ‘gingivitis’. Gingivitis can result in bad breath and a bad taste in your mouth but more importantly, can lead to bigger issues such as plaque or ‘tartar’ build-up. If left untreated tartar can irritate the gum and cause a more serious gum disease calledPeriodontitis.
If you have been unfortunate to lose one or more of your teeth, you may find yourself feeling embarrassed or lacking confidence. When something as apparent as your smile is less desirable than you would like, it can take a toll not only on your self-esteem but also on your social, personal and professional life.