Masks are becoming a regular part of our day-to-day lives, but they also come with oral health consequences. Mask mouth is becoming an increasing concern for dentists as mask use becomes more frequent and necessary. Keep reading to learn more about the symptoms of mask mouth and what you can do to prevent them.
With the new year almost upon us, we often start thinking of complex resolutions like exercising more, eating better, or reading a new book every month. Whatever your resolutions are, make properly replacing your dental hygiene tools one of them. Whether it’s your toothbrush, the floss you’ve had for 5 years, or the tongue scraper your aunt recommended, these things all become worn and collect bacteria over time. We’re going to give you the scoop on why you should start this year fresh.
In our day to day dental practice, there are some common problems that we encounter often. Fortunately, many of them can be either reduced, or prevented altogether with good dental hygiene. We’re going to talk about what we encounter most often and how you can improve your oral health habits to avoid them.