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Posts Tagged ‘ Dental Health ’

Diabetes and Dental Health: A Guide

Friday, April 9th, 2021
Dental Health and Diabetes Catonsville Dental Care

As we’ve mentioned before, dental health connects to overall health.

As we’ve mentioned before, dental health connects to overall health. The body is interconnected, and when one health issue develops, it can create a domino effect. We highly encourage our patients to take care of themselves on every level. When a person with diabetes doesn’t have the best diet, it is detrimental to their dental health. However, it also impacts their A1C level and their major organs. Today we will share a diabetic guide to excellent dental health. 

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How to Know if You Need to Wear a Mouth Guard

Friday, March 26th, 2021
Signs You Need a Mouth Guard Catonsville Dental Care

A mouthguard, coupled with you learning how to relax, can reduce your teeth grinding.

It’s shocking how many people may need a mouthguard but don’t realize it. According to the Sleep Foundation, 80% of Americans grind their teeth while sleeping. If you’re among this 80% of people, you could be doing severe damage to your teeth. Today we’re going to share five signs that you most likely need a mouthguard. It’s our duty as dentists to share as much information with you as possible to keep your dental health on track

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Add ‘Dental Health Improvement’ to Your New Year’s Resolutions

Thursday, December 31st, 2020
Dental Health Improvement New Year's Resolutions Catonsville Dental Care

Add “dental health improvement” to your New Year’s resolutions

Add “dental health improvement” to your New Year’s resolutions. Because dental health and overall health have links to each other, you mustn’t neglect taking care of your teeth, mouth, and gums. Today we’ll share concrete dental health goals that you can tackle as you bring in the new year and beyond. 

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Holiday Snacks That Won’t Impact Your Dental Health Negatively

Friday, December 18th, 2020
Healthy Holiday Snacks Catonsville Dental Care

Go for Grinch Poppers if you want an alternative to super sugary snacks

“Snacks” and “dental health” probably seem as if they don’t go together. When people think about snacks, chips, cookies, and a boatload of unhealthy food probably come to mind. However, there is a healthy way to snack. We know that this year, it may be hard to get into the holiday spirit, but cooking is one of many ways to do so. When you cook, it’s an opportunity to bring the family together. It’s a fun activity because you be as creative as you’d like. You can rave about these holiday snacks, and guess what? They’re surprisingly good for you. 

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Life After Thanksgiving: Dental HealthCare Tips

Friday, November 27th, 2020
Post-Thanksgiving Dental Health Tips

Thanksgiving is one of those occasions where people just let go, but if you can find the strength to eat healthily, your body will thank you later.

Thanksgiving is synonymous with hearty food. It’s one of those occasions where many people let go and indulge in delicious food. With that in mind, Thanksgiving can make your dental health take a beating. Here are some post-holiday dental health tips. 

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4 Ways Dental Health and Overall Health Connect

Friday, November 6th, 2020
Dental Health and Overall Health Catonsville Dental Care

Dental health impacts your overall health in many ways

Dental professionals urge their patients to keep up with their dental health for various reasons. A person having a fantastic smile goes more in-depth than physical appeal. Dental health connects to overall health in so many ways. So today, we’ll summarize the connection between dental health and overall health in four ways. 

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Cosmetic Dentistry in Owings Mills, MD

Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
Cosmetic Dentistry Catonsville Dental Care

If you’re considering cosmetic dentistry in Owings Mills, MD, you should understand the benefits

When we speak on cosmetic dentistry, we’re referring to a few products and procedures that encompass inlays and Onlays, dental veneers and bonding, and teeth whitening, among other things. Don’t think that just because it’s called cosmetic dentistry that it’s all superficial, though—having teeth that make you look and feel fantastic can be an essential part of your mental health, too. Something like a chipped tooth may not be the most pressing medical concern, but having it taken care of can lift a weight off the shoulders. If you’re considering cosmetic dentistry in Owings Mills, MD, you should understand the benefits.

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Dental Veneers in Ellicott City, MD

Friday, October 9th, 2020
Dental Veneers for Ellicott City Residents Catonsville Dental Care

Are you an Ellicott City, MD resident looking to correct your smile?

Are you an Ellicott City, MD resident looking to correct your smile? Catonsville Dental Care is a dentist’s office where our professionals are compassionate about restoring patients’ confidence. Dental veneers are the perfect solution if you want a natural-looking smile. Here are a few details about what’s so beneficial about dental veneers. 

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3 Fall Dental Health Tips

Friday, October 2nd, 2020
Fall Dental Health Tips Catonsville Dental Care

We recommend limiting how much you drink flavored coffee drinks during the fall

Fall is synonymous with food, football, and family. It’s a joyous season! However, as you enjoy watching the leaves changing colors, you should keep your dental health in mind. Hot cocoa, apple cider, and pumpkin-flavored delicacies are all the rage during the fall. Not to mention the tasty (but unhealthy) food that millions of Americans eat during football games. Oh, and Halloween and Thanksgiving happen during fall. There is that too. It can be challenging to maintain your dental health during the fall, but these three tips will keep you right on track. 

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Dental Health and Aging Tips

Friday, September 18th, 2020
Aging and Dental Health Catonsville Dental Care

Aging doesn’t have to be a bad thing, especially when you take care of your dental health

Aging, in general, is inevitable. Aging affects each part of the body, including your teeth. However, if you take care of your teeth, they could stay in excellent shape forever. While you’re young, it matters to form good habits when it comes to exercising, eating right, and your dental health. What many people don’t think about often is that the body works as a system. While the mouth may seem like a relatively small part of the body, it can impact your health overall. When you neglect your dental health, it could leave you susceptible to dental diseases such as gum disease, causing severe problems if left untreated. Here are some dental health tips as it relates to aging. 

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