While the holiday season is full of cheer, fireplaces, food, and holiday drinks, Dr. Peabody wants you to know about these 5 myths about wines effect on teeth that you may not have known. 1) Red Wines do more damage to your teeth than whites False. Whites, such as Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio, wear away… Continue reading 5 Myths About Wine’s Effect on Teeth
Periodontal disease is a tricky subject. In plain terms, this condition is permanent. Once you have acquired a periodontal disease, the damage cannot be undone. However, if you follow the instructions of your dental team you can fight the disease to a standstill. Slowing or stopping the advance of periodontal gum disease is the goal once you have this disease. It can be done in the early stages, with the proper treatment.
Even more so with Halloween, brushing your teeth doesn’t completely clean your teeth.
Your smile plays a big part in how you look. Veneers are a cosmetic dental procedure that can change the entire look of your smile. They can show your smile as whiter and more evenly spaced, as well as cover up tooth cracks, stains, and other damage.
Your dentist knows that a smile is contagious. Your smile has the potential to impact your life more than you think. It’s the first thing others often notice about you and remember.
Dental problems are hardly enjoyable, but on the bright side, most are preventable.
Surely, like most people, you want to keep your teeth healthy. In the end, neglecting your teeth hurts more than your health; it also hurts wallet in the long run. This obviously results in you, forking over thousands of dollars for dental care, all because you neglected to properly manage your oral health. Luckily, there is a way to help prevent major mouth reconstruction. Practicing preventive dentistry is the perfect way to protect your oral hygiene.