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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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Discover Family Dentistry and Thanksgiving Tips in Baltimore

Friday, November 29th, 2019

Always be mindful of what you eat on Turkey Day

Here at Catonsville Dental Care, we specialize in family dentistry catering to Baltimore residents. We know that no one wants to hear about being healthy on Thanksgiving. It’s a time to relax because you’re off work, bond with friends and family, and indulge in delicious food. However, your teeth will thank you later if you’re mindful of what you eat. Your entire body will thank you if you’re conscious of what you eat. We’d never advise you to take the fun out of eating such delicious comfort food, but there are ways to combat weakening your enamel. Because we specialize in family dentistry, we care about the oral health of your tiny tots, the elders in your family, and everyone in between. Here are some Thanksgiving oral health tips that you can use each holiday.  

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