Oral health and nutrition have a bidirectional relationship. Nutrition and diet affect the health of the mouth, and the health of the mouth affects nutrients consumed due to an inability to eat because of a compromised oral cavity.
Happy New Year! Yeah, I cringed as I typed that. I’m sure I’ll be saying this up until April. That’s usually when my patients stop saying it to me. I don’t know though considering how much of a whirlwind we’ve all been experiencing the past two years they may decide that wishing me a happy … Continue reading The Absolute Best New Year Resolution
So why are we right back where we started? It’s annoying and I’m tired of it all. Two years later people are still coming to the dentist sick as crap. At this point, everyone is just selfish. There’s no question about it. It’s just so frustrating to know that you’re doing everything possible to be … Continue reading Blogmas #21 Tis the Season to Not Be Selfish
Dental healthcare is not a luxury. It’s a health service that everyone rightfully deserves to have access to. Oral health matters and so do you!
Go forth and be merry and experience the joy of the holiday season. Don’t forget these Holiday tooth tips!