Dental Wellness Strategies – Part One we acknowledged that it is important to ‘recharge’ from life’s day to day stresses…this will prevent deterioration of both your general and oral health. In this blog, we will continue our discussion of dental … Continue readingRead more
Let’s look at the effects of smoking on your oral health: 1) Bad breath aka Smokers Breath: We learned in the last blog that over 4000 chemicals enter your mouth from one puff of cigarette smoke….this leads to bad breath. … Continue readingRead more
A healthy diet not only affects your general physical health, but also your dental health. We’re not referring only to your teeth, but your gums as well. Proper nutrition results in improved immunity of your gum tissues. Healthy gums … Continue readingRead more
We’ll end our discussion of Fluoride with a brief list as to when it is recommended. Here we go: 1. Patients who are in a moderate to high risk group of developing decay. This includes those undergoing radiation therapy to … Continue readingRead more
Attention all parents! Chewing gum is good for your child’s dental health…as long as the gum that they’re chewing is sugar free. Sugar free means that the fermentable carbohydrate has been substituted with products like Aspartame, Sorbitol and Xylitol. In … Continue readingRead more
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Dr Axelrad and Staff