Prevention is not a message that young patients heed
It’s no secret that the younger we are, the more immortal we feel. The same goes for our dental care. We have noticed that when younger patients are no longer living with their parents, they frequently stop coming in for their wellness check-up appointments, and that is a problem. Granted, we are blessed that our […]0 Comments
Cavities Makes a Big Come Back!
This is not good news, we are noticing that cavities are making a big comeback. Age, diet, lack of regular care and slow economic times combine to bring back one of the most destructive diseases. What most people don’t know is that cavities returns as a problem during the “Golden Years”. Mature adults start getting […]0 Comments
Brush and Floss Daily, especially post menopausal women
Wish I had some good news to share , but as usual, more bad news about Periodontal Disease especially for post menopausal women. In the American Association for Cancer Research website, it was posted that researchers at the University at Buffalo have found that there is an association between Periodontal disease and Breast Cancer. A […]0 Comments
Should We Brush Immediately after Meals?
Brushing after eating is a recommendation that I have said to many patients over the years, but is it “written in stone”? Should you always brush after meals or snacks in every situation? The answer might surprise you, no you shouldn’t. After eating or drinking acidic meals or snacks, you need to wait at least […]0 Comments