Posted April 15th, 2012 by Laura
There are lots of reasons to take care of your teeth.
One is to avoid flashing a toothless smile when you get older or a mouthful of dentures.
Even if you don’t mind going toothless, there are still reasons to make friends with a toothbrush and a container of dental floss.
Gum disease affects the health of your entire body.
Those same bacteria that cause plaque and gum disease cause inflammation, and inflammation increases the risk of more serious health problems including heart attacks and stroke.
Sounds like a pretty good reason to keep those pearly whites and gums clean and plaque-free, doesn’t it?
How to Take Care of Your Teeth at Home Read the full article…
Posted April 13th, 2012 by Claire
It’s a well-known fact that dental care is becoming more and more expensive every year.
Everyone would definitely like a possibility to get an affordable dental care.
Several different strategies are available to help you minimize your dental care costs.
Tip # 1. Prevention
One of the simplest and most effective, however, is simply to take preventative measures against tooth decay.
The expense and hassle of these preventative measures pales in comparison to the seemingly astronomical costs of having tooth problems corrected.
Tooth decay is one of the most common dental problems, potentially resulting in holes, cavities, stains, tooth loss and gum disease.
The fillings, implants, veneers or surgery required to correct these problems are not things you want to have to pay for. Read the full article…