Planning and preparation are paramount to have a stress-free, happy like a belly full of jelly, Holiday. Make sure you have dinner ready in time, and an extra plate setting in case you get an unexpected guest. And if you happen to be traveling, don’t forget to pack the gifts!
You may have sent you dentist a Holiday Greetings card, but you are probably not planning on having his office number on speed dial, right? And your dentist is a nice fellow, he surely needs some family time too.
February is the Child Dental Care Month and we want to help you to take care of your little ones!
Most of the parents thin that is ok to wait a little bit, but there's no need to wait until a baby actually has teeth to lay the foundations for good oral or general health. Good nutrition and oral hygiene can start right away.
#NovemberSmokeFreeAwarenessMonth #BetterOralHealth #TobaccoFree
This November, Become Tobacco Free, for you and your family´s health
There are no ifs, ands, or "butts" about it: smoking can be detrimental to oral health. Beyond the bad breath and yellow teeth, do you really know what you're getting yourself into by smoking every day? Probably not.
Most adults know that poor oral hygiene results in cavities and gum disease, but did you know that it can also cause taste loss?
From salty to sweet, spicy to savory – failing to take proper care of your mouth can impede your ability to taste and enjoy just about any type of food set before you. Dentists call this condition "dysguesia", and if you haven't heard about it, here's what you should be aware of to prevent and/or treat this unpleasant taste disorder.
Did you know?
A baby's primary teeth begin forming before birth — at about the sixth week of pregnancy, and begin mineralizing at around the third to fourth month of pregnancy. To ensure proper dental development, the mother's diet must be adequate in all nutrients, especially calcium, phosphorous, and protein.
Here are some other tips that can help you making work on your child dental care.