Summer is just around the corner. And there are lots of tempting foods for us to snack on, like ice cream, popsicles, sodas/sport drinks to keep us cool during the hot summer days but are they good for your teeth.
The first time I heard about GAN ADVANCED OSSEOINTEGRATION CENTER (GAOC) dates a few years back. While watching TV, I noticed how television personalities would thank their sponsors at the end of a show.
Black and green tea greatly reduce inflammation and slows the growth of bacteria that start plague and tooth loss. Tea contains antioxidant ingredients known as flavonoids and catechins, tannin-type substances, that have an anti-microbial effect.
There’s a lot of physical changes that is happening when you are pregnant. Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that causes gum inflammation which increase the risk of gum disease that might affect the health of your unborn baby. A routine dental checkup can be done anytime during pregnancy.