A new study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that nearly half of all American adults over the age of 30 suffer from some degree of periodontal disease, with the disease being even more common among seniors over the age of 65.
OK, actually that’s just a catchy title. So far, there’s no “beer for better health” (although on these beautiful, sunny, hot Portland days you may be wishing that).
You may be wondering, what the heck is auditory bone conduction, and what does hearing have to do with teeth? Those are great questions.
Crack open your bottles of red wine at your next dinner party, as red wine can help fight cavities! Well, maybe – according to the claims of a study published last month in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Early dental health is critical. The American Association of Pediatric Dentistry suggests that dentist visits begin at the arrival of a child’s first tooth and no later than their first birthday!
Visits to Burlingame Dental Arts, your pediatric dentist in SW Portland, for teeth cleaning and other preventative care probably feels like we’re fighting bacteria.
So, Burlingame Dental Arts just posted about veterinary dentistry and patching panda teeth… and we got to thinking– man, there must be a lot of different kinds of teeth out there.
Early this year, Burlingame Dental Arts, your SW Portland kids dentists of choice, published a blog post on the antimicrobial properties of wine according to a new study finding that red wine may kill bacteria that cause cavities. Great news for wine drinkers!
More and more, scientists are finding out information about the close relationship between our oral and systemic health.
Halloween is on its way! And while the festivities are certainly fun, the team at Burlingame Dental Arts often finds that we’re fielding a lot of questions from concerned parents about how to moderate the phenomenal influx of candy consumption that Halloween brings.
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