Author Archives: Anna Budolfson

Vaccinations That Can Help Keep Your Mouth Healthier

While brushing, flossing and rinsing your mouth out with an approved mouth rinse daily is the best way to preserve your oral health, every aspect of your life affects your oral health in one way or another. Even something as seemingly unrelated as your vaccinations can influence the health of your mouth throughout your life. […]

How a Scuba Mask Can Damage Your Teeth

Scuba diving is a well-loved activity around the world, but many people participating in the hobby are unwittingly damaging their teeth without realizing they’re at risk until it’s too late. As it turns out scuba diving is bad for teeth for a number of different reasons. Taking one trip down underwater could leave you with […]

How to Age Gracefully with a Bright Smile

We have heard all of the sayings about what happens when you get older. There are a lot of misconceptions about aging. One of the biggest misconceptions about aging is that you lose your teeth and you have to wear dentures. However, just because you are aging doesn’t mean your teeth have to suffer. Here […]

Are Teeth Bone or Made of Something Else?

Most of us wander around thinking that teeth are made of bone, the same ingredients that shape all of the bones in our body. It’s easy to understand why. Both bones and teeth are white, and they are difficult to break. Did you know that teeth and bones are not made of the same substance? […]

Do Sugar Substitutes Harm Our Teeth Less?

Sugar is not only bad for your general health, but your oral health as well. It causes so much harm to your teeth. The bacteria in your mouth feed off the sugar you consume, releasing acids that weaken your enamel and harm your teeth. It can lead to tooth decay among other dental problems. As […]