People are commonly aware of the dangers of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Without treatment dizziness, disorientation, fainting and even more serious health issues may occur. The general public is not typically aware of the way heat stroke and heat exhaustion can impact their teeth, however.
Do you have an unmitigated fear of the dentist? Have you been putting off your dental checkup for months, even years, because you’re overwhelmed at the thought of sitting in a dentist’s chair? If this sounds like you, then you may have dental anxiety.
When the internet makes informational lists about food, it is almost always a guideline for foods that are either bad for you, or foods you should never touch with a 10-foot pole. With all the lists floating around that are focused on what to not eat, it's starting to feel like everything that tastes good is bad for you and it's time to just give up and accept our fate.
Sometimes, how well we brush our teeth isn’t the only predictor of good dental health. Genetics and education can also play a role in how aware you are of your oral health and how to best care for your unique set of pearly whites.
At Stratman Family Dentistry, we know that restorative dental care is our patients’ least favorite type of treatment because it usually starts with tooth decay negatively impacting the health of your teeth. However, with CEREC restorations, you can feel positive about your restorative dental needs again.
Brushing your dog’s teeth may not be top on the list of things you’d like to do today. For most people, their pets are a part of their family, but even so, it’s never appealing to stick your hand in your pup’s drooling mouth.
However, Fido needs a good brushing every now and then for the same reasons you do! Twice a day would be a bit much, but here are some important reasons why brushing your dog’s teeth is a good idea.