Posts Tagged ‘gum health’
APRIL IS ORAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
SYMPTOMS OF ORAL CANCER There are several things to look for so performing a monthly self-check can mean an earlier diagnosis with a better outcome. Using a bright light and mirror, be sure to remove any dentures. Look and feel inside your lips and the front of your gums. Tilt back your head…Read More
The Link Between Periodontal Disease and Child Obesity
CHILD OBESITY As parents, having your child’s best interest at heart is always at the forefront of your mind. Making sure they are well cared for, well fed and always healthy. One part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle is ensuring there is ample amount of exercise and activity to stimulate the children physically and…Read More
Is Sharing a Toothbrush Really That Bad?
DANGERS OF SHARING A TOOTHBRUSH While sharing a toothbrush may sound pretty disgusting, can it really be that bad for you? You figure you share a fork or kiss your significant other all the time and nothing happens so is sharing a tooth brush really that different? The answer is – YES! Maybe you’re…Read More
What Is Oil Pulling and Does It Cure Gum Disease?
OIL PULLING WHAT IS IT? We’ve all been hearing a lot about oil pulling for dental and gum care. But what is it and does it really make a difference with your oral health? Oil Pulling, which is also known as “kavaka’ or ‘gundusha’ is an ancient Ayurvedic dental technique. Ayurveda goes back over 3,000…Read More
A Tooth Infection Can Be Deadly
[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_button admin_label=”Button” button_url=”https://www.drnemeth.com/#footer-main” url_new_window=”off” button_text=”Schedule Your Appointment Today!” button_alignment=”center” background_layout=”light” custom_button=”off” button_letter_spacing=”0″ button_use_icon=”default” button_icon_placement=”right” button_on_hover=”on” button_letter_spacing_hover=”0″ saved_tabs=”all”] [/et_pb_button][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] TOOTH INFECTION Most of us have had a toothache at one time or another and our first inclination is to wait and see if it eases or goes away. However, there are…Read More
Keeping Up With Your Oral Health After Retirement
DENTAL INSURANCE POST-RETIREMENT Many people have dental insurance through their jobs but once they retire, they lose those benefits. Medicare and the Affordable Care Act don’t offer dental care and even the most simple dental plans are extremely costly. With over 10,000 people retiring every day, this means that over 70% of retired baby…Read More