Tips to Quit Smoking for 2016 “World No Tobacco Day”

As of March 14, 2016, the CDC estimated that 40 million adults in the United States currently smoke cigarettes. Worldometers.info puts the population of the United States at 323,828,624 as of May 17th, 2016 (the day this blog was written). That means roughly 1/8 of the population is estimated to smoke cigarettes regularly in either a habitual or social setting.

5 Surpising Things That are Harming Your Teeth

Soda, candy, sugary sauces, ice cream. Off the top of our heads, we can all probably list these and more when asked: “what food is bad for your teeth?” Today, this blog isn’t about putting down the KitKat, or drinking water instead of Coke. Today we’re going to talk about the dangers of some things that appear a bit more benign until you think about what they’re made of.

Can Allergies Affect My Teeth?

Spring is in the air, and that means pollen is also in the air. The spring allergens bring an onslaught of sneezing, stuffy noses, and general unpleasantness to approximately 58 million Americans each year. But why does this happen, and can it affect your teeth?