National Children’s Dental Health Month

A Healthy Smile? It’s Easy to Find! Remember to Brush & Floss Every Day!

February marks National Children’s Dental Health Month, a time which the girl brushingAmerican Dental Association has set aside to encourage dentists, parents, and other adults to educate children on how to take care of their little smiles. And even though that’s more than a week away, it never hurts to get a head start! Now’s the time to help kids brush up on good oral health!

Here are some ways your children can maintain strong, healthy smiles that last a lifetime: Continue reading National Children’s Dental Health Month

Four Ways Green Tea Supports a Healthy Smile

green teaWe can all use a little jumpstart in the morning, and coffee, America’s drink of choice, gets the job done. We know it stains our teeth and contributes to the abominable coffee breath syndrome, yet Starbucks continues its worldwide reign. What if I told you that ditching the coffee and switching to green tea could improve your oral health and reduce your trips to the dentist? Incentified?

Green Tea’s Got Roots

Hundreds of millions of people drink tea. It’s second in popularity only to water. Ancient Chinese and Indian cultures have consumed green tea for ages, and it’s been used for such medicinal purposes as healing wounds, improving heart health, regulating body temperature, promoting digestion, and improving mental processes. Continue reading Four Ways Green Tea Supports a Healthy Smile