Did you know Kissing can cause cavities?

SoBeDENTIST_Valentines-day_tips_BLOGSoBeDENTIST_Valentines-day_tips_BLOGDid you know Kissing can cause cavities?SoBeDENTIST_Valentines-day_tips_BLOG

Play it safe with our Valentine’s day tips!

1> Make sure you brush your teeth and tongue (yes, your tongue) twice a day and remove excess plaque and bacteria with flossing.

2> Use anti-bacterial mouth wash once or twice a day.

3> Chew gum. Chewing gum stimulates the salivary function and the function of saliva is to clean your teeth.

4> Eat good dental foods—an apple a day will keep both the doctor and the dentist away. Fiber-rich and crunchy foods are natural tooth cleaners.

5> Never go to sleep with an unclean mouth. When we sleep we have a reduced salivary flow. If you don’t wash away the cavity-causing bacteria your mouth won’t either.

6> Visit your dentist twice a year for check-ups.

Advertisements

Join us on Angie’s journey to recovery. Check back with us weekly to view and listen to her experiences on her path through Neuromuscular discomfort recovery.

__ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initVideoSlot('atatags-370373-5d34d4d942072', { sectionId: '370373', format: 'inread' }); });

Daniella Moray & her testimonial on the improvement her Neuromuscular Appliance made by SoBeDENTIST.com has made in her life! Daniella would suffer of migraine headaches, vertigo, and chronic ringing in her ears. Listen to her story and follow her path to recovery!

Asking what in the world is Sleep Apnea

Apnea means to stop breathing. Sleep apnea refers to a condition wherein you stop breathing during sleep. Most of us know someone who snores during sleep. You may also know someone who has commented that their partner has stopped breathing during sleep for seemingly long periods of – long enough to be frightening. While snoring is often made the subject of jokes or teasing, it could be an indication of serious health problem. The severity and danger associated with sleep apnea ranges from snoring that irritates your partner to life- threatening medical conditions. If the apnea involves physical obstruction of the upper airway and/or heavy snoring, it is sometimes referred to as Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB). In this pamphlet we’ll focus on Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) as it is the most common form of sleep apnea.
– 2011Myotronics, Inc. 03/11AAPM5M

20120620-153636.jpg

Blog at WordPress.com.