The nerves of a close game... the celebratory nature of being with friends and family... it’s okay to indulge occasionally and the Super Bowl is a great excuse, but being in the business of oral health, we do think it’s important to choose wisely how you will spend those 2,400 calories.
When we set a New Year’s resolution to get healthier, we always think about our weight, body fat and muscle mass, but often overlook one of the most important parts of the body — the mouth. Keeping our mouths healthy is just as important as keeping the rest of our bodies healthy.
It’s safe to say that topping the list of New Year’s resolutions for 2019 will be the same: eat healthier, get more fit. For many, that means trying a new diet.
Today, mistletoe can still be found around the holidays - hung in your friends’ home for their annual Christmas party or in your relatives’ doorway, greeting everyone as they come home for the holidays. Although mistletoe has been around for centuries, how much do you really know about this kiss-inducing plant? As oral hygiene experts, we were curious. The facts we found might...
After eight years of studying and clinical trials, we think we can officially call ourselves Dry Mouth experts and we thought we should share some of our knowledge with you. Here is our crash course on Dry Mouth and everything you need to know about it.