Some foods aren’t good to eat for people with braces because it can get stuck and even be painful to eat. We’ve put together a cheat sheet for easy foods to eat with braces, so if you’re ever in a jam and want something safe and easy to eat, we’ve got you covered.
Few things are more undesirable and embarrassing than a noticeable case of bad breath. The last thing anyone wants is to be at a party talking to someone and for them to get a whiff of the stink. Gross! Bad breath can be caused by a number of things like diet, hygiene routine, or even something as simple as genetics.
Eating the right foods not only helps your child grow up healthy and strong, but it also plays a vital role in their oral hygiene development. Even though it sounds straightforward, there might be some things on the list of good and bad foods that you wouldn’t expect.
It’s late at night, you’ve been binge-watching your new favorite show for hours, and your stomach starts to rumble. We’ve all been there. Maybe it’s even your normal routine, no judgment here. But these late night snacks come with a price, and that price is charged to your oral hygiene.
The inevitable toothache; a moment all new parents are bound to experience. It’s a difficult thing to deal with, especially because young children aren’t great at dealing with pain or expressing it. What’s worse is it’s difficult to know the cause. How do you deal with it? Here are a few ways.
Did you know that according to the CDC, twenty percent of children between 5 and 11 years old have untreated tooth decay? Or that thirteen percent of kids between 12 and 19 years old have tooth decay as well?