Does Biting Your Nails Impact Your Oral Health?
28 June 2016
You may hear people to tell you to stop biting your nails. It is a nasty habit and affects your teeth. How right are they? Is it possible that biting nails can really affect your teeth and dental health? Here are four ways in which biting your nails affects your oral health.
1. Cracking and Chipping Teeth
The Academy of General Dentistry states that the teeth are more likely to chip or crack due to nail biting.
How To Stop Grinding Your Teeth
8 June 2016
Grinding your teeth is a fairly common dental problem that many people are unaware that they suffer from. Grinding your teeth during the day or while you are asleep can slowly wear down your teeth, making fractures, jaw pain, and a wide variety of other dental problems much more likely. Thankfully, there are a few steps that you can take to reduce or stop the amount of teeth grinding that you do.
Five Factors That May Be Making Your Teeth Sensitive
19 May 2016
Many people think that tooth sensitivity is something that they simply have to learn to live with. That is not the case at all though. There are many different things that can cause you to have sensitive teeth and many ways to treat the problem easily. The guide below walks you through a few things that may be causing your tooth sensitivity.
At-Home Teeth Whitening Treatments
There are many over-the-counter teeth whitening kits that are now available in stores.
3 Ways To Help Improve Your Children's Dental Health That Go Beyond Brushing
14 April 2016
If you're a parent who is trying to keep your children's teeth as healthy as possible, you're no doubt ensuring they brush and floss regularly, in addition to limiting the candy they can have. But there are more things you can do that will contribute to the children's dental and gum health as well as to their overall health. Here's a look at three actions that will help your children's tooth and gum health in lasting ways.