Cavities are no fun for anyone. They’re painful and unattractive. Getting them filled is an unpleasant activity, too. So what if you could prevent cavities from forming in the first place? The right diet may help you maintain strong, healthy teeth for years to come.
The day a baby’s first tooth pops through is a momentous occasion. More teeth will come over the next few years. After that, the process starts working in reverse — the baby teeth fall out! If you’re ever been fascinated (or a little perplexed) by that process, now’s the time to learn more about the life cycle of baby teeth.
There's been a lot of focus on vegan diets and their health benefits as of late. Yet one often-overlooked aspect of health is oral care. Before you start on a vegan diet, you may wonder if the lifestyle is good or bad for your teeth. The answer is somewhere in the middle.
One of the scariest things your dentist can tell you is that your tooth enamel is damaged. Once your enamel is damaged, you can quickly fall prey to things like gum disease, cavities, and tooth loss. You may also notice an increase in your sensitivity. Those who experience tooth enamel damage may wonder if it's possible to restore your enamel. Here's everything you need to know about whether or not it's possible to restore your tooth enamel.