According to the CDC, moderate drinking is one drink per day for a woman and two drinks per day for men. Any more than this and you risk damaging your health, including your oral health. Here’s what you need to know about about the effects of alcohol on oral health.
What New Year’s Resolutions will you be making this year? We hope that one of them will be adopting habits for a healthier mouth. After all, your oral health is closely linked to your overall health as well as your confidence. Here are some New Year’s resolutions for a healthier mouth.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Are you partial to a glass of red wine? While we aren’t saying you should stop enjoying life, the fact is, there are some things that are just bad for your teeth. Here are 7 bad habits that are ruining your teeth.
Vaping is touted as a safer alternative to smoking. However, while much is still uncertain about its effects on overall health, one thing has become clear; vaping is bad for your oral health.
How much do you really know about caring for your oral health? You may think you’re doing the right thing, but are you believing the dental myths that could be doing more harm than good? Here are the myths about oral health that you shouldn’t believe.