As school buses start making their routes and the weather begins to cool, it’s time to prepare for a new school year. When gearing up on school supplies, parents should consider a trip to the dentist as part of their back-to-school preparation.
Spending more time in the sun means stocking up on sunscreen to protect your skin, and consuming sugary, iced treats to cool you down. But what doesn’t immediately come to mind is what that means for your oral health.
Pregnancy can be an exciting time filled with many adjustments, especially to the body. Your oral health may be negatively affected during pregnancy due to hormone fluctuations, vomiting, and sugar cravings.
When it comes to celebrating Easter, candy and other sweet treats are often a big component. While sugar is fine in moderation, eating sugar-rich food or candy too often can wreak havoc on your dental health.
With a new year comes a chance to shed old habits, whether it be through New Year’s resolutions that bring ease to your morning routine. No matter how small the change is, it would improve your oral health and contribute to better overall health.