When a tooth is lost that’s visible when smiling, most people will replace it with a dental implant or other tooth replacement option. However, when the missing tooth is a molar or toward the back of the mouth, it often isn't treated with the same urgency. The logic goes: "if no one can see it, it's not as important as a missing tooth closer to the front." Here's why a missing back tooth should never be ignored.....
1. Read Your Labels!From frozen pizzas to yogurts, sugars in the form of high fructose corn syrups, corn solids, and the myriad other names are found in foods. Choose foods with no added sugars – or at least no high-fructose corn syrup or corn solids. Sweeten with Stevia herb powder. You can find it on Amazon.
2. Stop Sipping Sodas and Munching Snacks Throughout the Day.
Artistic Dentistry: Peter J. Pagano D.D.S.
Our Specialties: Artistic Dentistry provides most dental services under one roof. With a multidisciplinary approach, we’re able to diagnose and deliver a complete treatment plan. We have offered traditional orthodontics since 1977 and clear braces since they first became available. We’ve also offered dental implant systems since 1999, which are even more popular today. Since a great many of our clientele are busy professionals, being able to get everything done under one roof is very attractive.
SEE SPECIAL OFFER BELOW GOOD THRU jULY 15, 2014 If parting you from your sugar fix is like taking candy from a baby (why do they say that’s easy? Have you ever TRIED taking candy from a baby? It’s hard!), then maybe it’s not just a harmless little “treat.” Consider the following 5 Dangers of
Daytime clenching and nighttime grinding will erode the height of your teeth over time. Most patients we see are not even aware of these habits. Typically, the grinding and clenching is caused by stress. This article has some great tips to help relieve stress, however the first step is becoming aware of the habit