Stress, tension, uncertainty and worry can make us more prone to teeth clenching and grinding. Teeth clenching and grinding can […]
Biological dentistry or holistic dentistry takes the practice of dentistry beyond the mouth to focus on the whole person. Factors […]
Bleeding gums is often considered normal because it happens so often, however it is a sign of disease and underlying […]
If you want healthy teeth and gums then adding these vitamins and minerals to your diet is a must. As […]
Dr Rachel Hall Kenmore dentist discusses ways to treat dry mouth. Dry mouth occurs when your mouth can’t produce enough […]
Natural remedies including antioxidants and probiotics can be used to treat gum disease and provide better oral health. Brisbane holistic […]
Without a healthy mouth, it’s hard to have a healthy body. The same blood that flows through your mouth, teeth, […]
Pregnancy can impact on your dental health. Pregnancy is a time of unusual changes for a woman’s body, and these […]
Can increasing vitamin C intake help stop bleeding gums? At Evolve Dental Healing Kenmore dentist I often see patients whose […]
The link between heart health and oral health Discover the link between heart attack and unhealthy teeth and gums and […]
Lifestyle And Your Dental Health Everyone likes to have the freedom to express themselves and live life as they please. But […]
Does being pregnant mean that you get dental problems and tooth decay? Find out how being pregnant effects your dental health.
Dr Rachel Hall believes dentists should be working to save lives as well as teeth and says gum disease is a medical condition with a dental solution
The connection between dental health and fertility applies to both men and women. Dental health impacts how long it takes a woman to conceive, and for men, gum disease and tooth decay have been linked to poor sperm health.
As a holistic dentist it is my mission and vision to highlight the weaknesses of our profession and the training we receive in regards to the oral-systemic connection...
New research finds mouth bacteria in blood clots of stroke victims, showing that good oral hygiene could help to prevent strokes.
Brushing your teeth is not just for fresh breath, cavity prevention or gorgeous smile. Brushing your teeth keeps your mouth healthy and reduces the risk of tooth loss and may just save your life.
Poor oral hygiene habits, on the other hand, can result in tooth loss, gum disease and other serious oral health problems.
Can’t ever find the time to take care of your teeth?
Dentists can tell a lot about your health when looking in your mouth.