Teeth are like the TV remote, electricity or indoor plumbing – as in we take them for granted and only realise how important they are when something goes wrong.
Gum disease, also called periodontitis, occurs when a bacterial infection develops where the gums join the teeth.
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“The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine, or a slow form of poison”
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The eyes may be the window to your soul, but your teeth and gums say a mouthful about your physical health.
While the eyes may be the window to your soul the mouth is the front door to your body.
It is so easy to get caught up in the pressures of life, we begin to feel down and negative and forget to smile and have fun.
A healthy tongue should be pink in colour, slightly moist, and smooth with no bumps or spots and be layered with visible taste buds.
Mouth breathing is a serious matter. In children of growing age, it may have devastating effects on general health and growth.
Your mouth is the gateway to your body and can affect your overall health.
“Stress is a reaction people have when excessive pressure or demands are placed upon them, and arises when an individual believes they are unable to cope.”
Dentistry has always aimed to focus on prevention of oral disease rather than solely treatment alone.
In holistic dentistry, we are always considering that there could be underlying causes to what presents in our patients’ mouths.