Sounds crazy, right? How do you listen to your teeth? Well, believe it or not, even your teeth have systems in place that will let you know when something is wrong and needs to be addressed. Knowing how to detect the warning signs right from the start will not only save you money in costly dental bills, but it may also save you a couple of teeth in the process.
Taking good care of your bones and teeth now will save you a lot of trouble in the future. Exercising, teeth whitening, and getting Invisalign braces will only go so far in promoting a beautiful smile and posture. Keep your diet bone-conscious, and your bones will take care of you for the rest of your life.
There are some foods you should quit cold turkey today. Your body works hard to keep you alive. Don’t make its job harder by feeding useless garbage into its systems. Think twice before you eat some foods but for others don’t think at all — just avoid them entirely!
Has your partner been put off due to the cranky sounds that you make at night? Have you become the center of the jokes that revolve around your snoring habits? If yes, then be assured that the tough time for you and your loved ones is over as snoring can be cured with a few simple techniques.
There is a common perception that tooth loss comes natural with age. However, extensive dental research and studies have established that tooth loss has nothing to do with age. With proper care and cleaning, the teeth may stay strong and healthy for longer.
They’ve been telling us for years the untruth that we can’t rebuild the enamel on our teeth. All this while, whitening toothpastes and products are shoved at us, containing agents known to eat away at that precious enamel. And we have fluoride too, which studies have shown causes the brittling of teeth and bones, and yet we still add it to our toothpastes, and even our water.
With all of the published studies out there, it can be confusing as to how I came to this conclusion. After all, the Wrigley Science Institute claims that chewing gum can relieve stress, while a UT Southwestern oral surgeon claims that constant chewing can lead to TMJ and muscle spasms and pain.
It is said that the first impression is the best impression. This is especially true in a financial deal, a social call, and maybe in a marriage proposal. A white smile is an important part of that all-important first impression, and because of that, here are some tips for getting that gorgeous, bright smile.
It’s dreadful to suffer from bad breath – you feel like your very words are offensive to those around you, and it lowers your self-confidence when you think that people don’t want to hear you because of it. Humans are social creatures, and if something is keeping us from communicating with those around us in the most effective way, we feel like we’re at a disadvantage.
We read so much about healthy teeth, taking care of teeth, whitening teeth, brushing, flossing, gargling et cetera that it’s very easy to think that’s all there is to oral hygiene. But we should also devote equal time to our gums; after all, they’re the home base for our teeth.