Franklin Dental Associates
It's weird that the things we do everyday can contribute to things that hurt us. What's even more odd is that we don't even know we're doing it. Things like eating food, drinking coffee, or picking up an energy drink for a long drive can have some devastating repercussions. Here are a few dental problems to watch out for.
Brushing: it's the single most important thing we can do to care for our teeth. And yet, with all it's simplicity, incorrect brushing is a major contributor to plaque build up and a leading cause of periodontal disease.
If you're investing the time and energy into brushing your teeth, you might as well do it right.
With that in mind, check out this great infographic to help improve your brushing:
Did you know 50% of the US population has halitosis?
If you’re not familiar with the term, halitosis is a big word for the bacteria that causes bad breath.
We found an infographic that explains the causes of bad breath, and details some common but ineffective ways to treat bad breath.
Don’t worry, we’ve got a few great recommendations on warding off the stink. Enjoy!
As we settle into the new year and get into the swing of honoring our resolutions, January is a great time to consider the dental health steps you should take each year.
We’ve broken down your oral care essentials into daily, weekly, monthly, and annual increments - use this checklist to stay on top of your dental health every day, and don’t forget to share it with friends!