Posts Tagged ‘ Long term affects ’
Pregnancy and teeth
Pregnancy can be the gateway to many dental problems in women including, gum disease and increased risk of tooth decay. For the record, pregnancy doesn’t automatically damage your teeth. If your body is deficient of calcium, her bones – not her teeth- will provide the needed calcium. However, increased hormones can affect your body’s initial […]
Cavities and Sugar, What’s the Deal?
Sugar= Cavities These days we all know sugar negatively impacts your teeth in several ways. Research has shown those who consume sodas and sugary drinks have an increased risk for heart disease, type two diabetes, obesity, cancer, cavities and so much more. So, cavities and sugar, what’s the deal? Your mouth contains an abundance of […]
Kick your soda habit to the curb!
How many sodas do you drink a day? A week? Sugar is an addiction we like to sweep under the rug, or simply decline all together. Drinking these sugary beverages has been associated with many health issues including tooth decay and obesity. To find out how often you need a professional cleaning check out this […]