10 February 2015
When soda pop first entered the market, it was considered something of an occasional treat. Today, soda pop has secured its status as a drink consumed regularly in a staggering number of North American households. Given this information, it is quite important that you ask yourself: what period of time elapses between your consumption of sodas? Read on to learn about the dire effects that soda pop can and does have on your teeth.
19 January 2015
While some mouth pain is easy to diagnose, the chronic burning sensation and loss of taste that accompany burning mouth syndrome can be more challenging. If you've taken an impatient sip of hot tea or bitten into a piping hot cookie, then the burning pain that follows is uncomfortable, but has a clear cause - that first, painfully hot bite. Chronic burning pain in the mouth, lips or gums, however, is different, and may be caused by a variety of issues.
7 January 2015
Your dentures need to be replaced every four to five years. To help ensure your dentures go the distance, it is important that you eat the right foods. Here are some of the best and worst foods for your dentures. Coffee and tea. Both beverages contain caffeine which can cause dry mouths in large quantities. Dry mouth can cause irritation while wearing your dentures. Keep your coffee and tea drinking to moderate levels to avoid discomfort.