No matter how much you love your favorite sweater, you only show it to the world a few days a year. On the other hand, your smile travels with you every day through every season. Find out how a new smile can be yours before another month goes by. Learn more here.
Sometimes patients develop toothaches or gum discomfort, but mouth pain comes in many other forms, too. Did you know your own body’s immune system can attack the lining of your mouth and create stinging sores? Chances are you or a loved one suffers from these frustrating ulcers. Research shows that one simple, inexpensive supplement may dramatically reduce attacks.
Did you know our bodies produce roughly 1-2 liters of saliva every day? Peak production occurs in the late afternoon, dropping off dramatically during the night. But for nearly 30 million Americans, there’s never enough moisture produced, day or night. Chances are you or someone you care about struggles with this difficult condition.
A recent survey simply asked: “Do you consider a smile to be an important social asset?” Only 0.3% of the respondents indicated they didn’t think a smile held significant social value! So it almost goes without saying...your smile carries a lot of weight. Discover one simple way you can dramatically lift your smile to a new level. And you’ll be surprised how quickly and affordably you can do it!
Fear. Ingrained in our DNA there’s a protective mechanism that helps us avoid danger. It’s essential to the survival of the human race. Our ancient relatives wouldn’t be part of our family tree if they hadn’t operated with a solid dose of fear. But sometimes fear keeps us from healthy situations...like dental care. Rational or not, nearly 40 million Americans avoid dental care on a regular basis due to extreme anxiety. Understanding the causes behind an often paralyzing emotion is the first step to overcoming this obstacle to better health.
Seems like we all agree: life's busy! While days fly by, it's easy for all of us to push our own health to the back-burner. Dental care frequently gets delayed because "nothing hurts." Unfortunately, pain is often the final sign that a dental problem has reached a critical stage. Read further to help yourself stay on track!