Posts Tagged ‘mouth’
Edmond Dentist: Charcoal toothpaste fact or fiction?
Does brushing with charcoal really work? You’ve probably seen it going around on nutrition blogs and on social media. Brushing your teeth with substances like activated charcoal will help make your teeth whiter and shinier. It sounds simple right? But does it really do anything for your teeth. The short answer is it can do…Read More
Dentist Edmond: The Most Common Issue With Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Mesial Impaction Of Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth, also referred to as third molars, normally grow in during late teens and early adulthood. All is well unless one of many problems occur. Today, our dentist in Edmond is discussing one of the most common issues with impacted wisdom teeth and what can be done about it.…Read More
Dentist Edmond: Why You Should Choose Sugarless Gum
Dentist Edmond: How You Can Chew Gum And Prevent Cavities Some people like to chew gum as a way to prevent snacking on other things they shouldn’t be eating, to help kick their smoking habit, or perhaps it’s just a habit to chew gum. No matter what your reason for wanting to chew gum, you…Read More
Dentist Edmond: About Dental Health For Diabetic Patients
Dentist Edmond: Information For Diabetic Patients Dental patients who have diabetes will know that the disease will harm the heart, eyes, nervous system, kidneys, and most other organ systems in the body. The thing many people don’t know is that it can also lead to problems in your mouth. Today, our dentist in Edmond is here…Read More
Dentist Edmond Answers: What Are Dental Sealants?
Dentist Edmond: Dental Services Have you ever heard the term “dental sealant” and wondered what in the world the dentist was talking about? Today, our dentist in Edmond aims to answer your questions on this subject! What Are Dental Sealants? Our dentist in Edmond uses dental sealants to protect the chewing surfaces of a patient’s…Read More
The Possible Causes Of Bad Breath: Part 2
Do You Have Bad Breath? Do you have bad breath? Are you uncertain what could be causing it? If you brush your teeth often and you still have it, there could be some other underlying issue. In part one of this series, our Edmond dentist mentioned 3 possible causes for an odorous smell in your…Read More