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A Healthier Soda for Dental Health: Root Beer

“Healthy” and “soda” are two words rarely found in the same sentence; as are “soda” and “dental health,” at least not in a positive light. We’ve all been told for years that sodas aren’t the best things to consume on a daily basis. Beverages such as soda, and other high sugar drinks, aren’t often considered [...]

How Your Morning Joe (or Tea) Affects Your Teeth

For years, dentists have told you to drink less coffee due to its tooth-staining qualities. However, coffee and tea could actually help prevent gum disease. Additionally, caffeine has other benefits for your overall wellbeing. Unfortunately, drinking tea and coffee stains your tooth enamel, which could require cosmetic dentistry to fix. If you want to remove [...]

Sugar Substitutes For Your Mouth and Body

2019 has officially kicked off which means it’s time to stick to those resolutions. Beside hitting the gym at least once a week, perhaps one of popular resolutions is eating less sugar. When considering all the mounds and mounds of research from the last decade, this might not be a bad thing. Gary Taubes, author [...]

New Discovery Confirms Bread Part of Our Ancient Diet

One of the most important things you can do for your oral health is eating a healthy diet. This may even be more important than brushing and flossing, although if you want to be healthy, you shouldn’t choose one or the other--both are necessary! The problem is figuring out what, exactly, is a healthy diet. [...]

How Much Of Your Smile Is Genetic?

You’ve probably heard that you have your mother’s eyes, or your father’s nose, but whose smile do you have? As tempting as it is to attribute a gorgeous smile to your genetics (or blame a flawed one on them!) only some of your oral health is a direct result of your DNA — some of [...]