Teenagers can be tough on their teeth. Their lives are busy with school, jobs, sports, clubs, social activities, and don’t always give the time or thought needed to properly maintain oral health. Not all teens have this problem, of course, but we’ve seen enough come through that it’s becoming a concerning trend.
For those with Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome, life can get painful. If you have dealt with TMJ, you know that tight, painful feeling you get when performing basic tasks like eating and talking.
Depending on your family, the Holiday season can be a huge source of joy, stress, or both. Some people wake up in a cold sweat from nightmares about the in-laws or that one cousin, while others dread the preparation that goes into creating a memorable holiday experience. This holiday season, let’s take some time to sit down, breathe and relax.
Sometimes we take a little break from the whole “dental blog” thing to bring you advice to help your everyday life! We get it; no one likes to read about teeth all the time (well, .maybe us dentists). So let’s take a break and not talk shop for a week. Sound good? Good!