What does the New Year have to do with dental health? Most of us are in the habit of making resolutions, but in general they focus on big issues: losing weight, exercising more, or being a better person. But the New Year is also a time to focus on little things that can have large impacts.
That’s why the New Year is an opportunity to resolve to take care of all the dental issues you may have had last year, or may have this year. It’s an opportunity to build good dental habits. Finally, it’s an opportunity to increase your general health by increasing your dental health.
At United Smiles, we’ll work with you to make sure you have a great new year with a healthy mouth!
When does consuming sugar become a threat to your oral health and overall health? The alarming truth is that Australians are now consuming more sugar than before. Unfortunately, the problem is more prevalent amongst teenagers.
Teenagers that are semi-dependent on sugar will more than likely continue that trend into adulthood, and as a result, sugar intake may increase. By being aware of this, you can take steps to help control the dental problems and health issues associated with it.