November 16, 2016
Nutrients for Strong Bones and Healthy Teeth
Guest Blog by Daniela Neman, RD/CSO/CDN
So your dentist told you to brush, floss and rinse- what’s next? While good oral hygiene and routine checkups are an absolute must for healthy teeth, this article is for patient superstars looking to the next steps to rockin’ dental and, surprisingly, bone health.
There are three key nutrients to support dental and bone health, ready?
Here we go!
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Healthy Eating for Healthy Teeth and Bones – Dental Nutrition
April 12, 2016
Invisalign – The CLEAR Choice
Whether you’re 4, 40, or 400, it’s always the right time to get a healthier smile with Invisalign! Good dental hygiene habits are essential to maintaining good oral health, but sometimes there is more you can do! Invisalign not only improves the LOOK of your smile, but also improve the HEALTH of your smile! When your teeth are misaligned, you aren’t able to brush and floss to your full potential. You could also be experiencing TMJ or other damage as a result of the alignment of your bite.
When you brush and floss, you aim to remove the tartar and plaque that builds up on your teeth and cause decay. This is why RDH Lisa Thurm stresses the importance of flossing twice a day! If your teeth are not straight, it makes accessing those hard to reach areas even harder. Invisalign, clear braces, can quickly and easily straighten teeth so you can reach your full health potential.
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Invisalign for a Healthier And Happier Smile