Our Vice President of Dental Hygiene Operations, Jennifer Turner, partnered with Crest Oral B for an article recently published in “Oh Canada! Oral Health Canada! Magazine, from the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association.
We all know that sugary junk food isn’t going to do us any favors for our waistlines, but eating lots of sugar will also rot your teeth and lead to tooth decay. At a 123Dentist practice, we will ensure your teeth feel healthy and can give you strategies to prevent tooth decay.
Let us break it down for you: sugar that lives in the mouth gets devoured by bacteria which create acids that break down your tooth enamel. This leads not only to decay but to other problems, including gingivitis.
Sleep apnea impacts the sleep and overall health and well-being of nearly 860,000 diagnosed Canadian adults 18 years and older. In addition to diagnosed cases, more than one-quarter of Canadian adults experience symptoms associated with having sleep apnea. You may have sleep apnea if you experience some or all of the following top 10 signs and symptoms.
The connection between dental health and general health isn’t obvious to most people. However, research shows that oral health has a greater impact on your overall health than you may realize. Taking care of your teeth not only gives you a beautiful smile but it also improves the health of your whole body. If you’re neglecting your teeth, you could be setting yourself up for serious health problems in the future.
Xerostomia, or dry mouth, is a common ailment affecting as much as 65% of people in the world at some time in their lives. If you’ve ever suffered from dry mouth, you may wonder what has caused it and how you can treat and prevent it. Learn more about how this common health condition can impact you at all stages of your life.
As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, hygiene is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. You’re probably conscious of staying clean to avoid the virus. However, you might not realize how hygiene impacts oral health and overall wellbeing. With dentists closed across Canada, maintaining proper hygiene to keep your mouth clean is more vital than ever. Here are just some of the reasons why.
Our bodies cannot function optimally without the support of a healthy immune system. Even without the threat of pandemic, during cold and flu season it becomes especially important to nourish our bodies with plenty of vitamins and minerals so as to decrease our chances of becoming sick.
Fortunately, there are a number of simple ways to boost your immune system that can be found in your very own kitchen.
Social/Physical distancing, while incredibly beneficial to your physical well-being, may take its toll on your mental health. Thankfully, there are ways to cope with the stress of self-isolation that allow you to thrive during this challenging time.
The Coronavirus COVID-19 is impacting communities around the globe, creating the urgent need for mindful measures which can slow the spread of the disease, like social distancing. Social distancing is a new concept and one that many people have questions about. Learn how to practice social distancing and what you should and should not do.
The Coronavirus strain, also known as COVID-19, has significantly disrupted routine activities in locations across the globe. As more cases are reported, it’s become increasingly important for citizens to take proper measures to slow or prevent the spread of the virus. As of March 13, 2020, this included recommendations to cancel all events of over 250 people in Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, and Manitoba, while Nova Scotia discourages events of over 150 people. This is all part of a process known as social distancing, which can help slow the spread of the virus.