Dental hygiene during pregnancy

Reasons why oral care is important during pregnancy Oral care is especially important during pregnancy for several reasons:   Frequent eating During pregnancy, women are likely to eat and drink more frequently throughout the day. And with the more frequent sugar intake comes an increased risk for cavities, it’s especially important to stick with a

Smoking causes more than bad breath

Refrain From Smoking Quitting smoking isn’t easy, but here’s another reason you should make the effort: Smoking is more than just a cause of bad breath — it significantly raises your risk of developing oral cancer, which includes cancer of the mouth, throat, salivary glands, tongue or lip.   In the early stages, oral and

Sugar’s Impact on Tooth Decay Still Major Concern

Many people don’t realise it but the adverse impact of sugar intake is just as bad for teeth as it is for the increased risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease.   The information came to the forefront again because of new plans soon to be underway in the United Kingdom. Food and