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Is there anything worse than bad breath? We’ve all been there, casually cupping our hands over our mouths and breathing into them, trying to see if we have bad breath or not, or we avoid eating garlic like the plague if we know we have a meeting after lunch… not to mention a date. It’s the International Day of Kissing this week (on Friday; mark your calendars!) so here are a few tips for making sure your breath is as fresh as it can be.
Are you adding to your family in the near future? Congratulations! This will be an exciting—not to mention busy—time in your life. You’ll have a nursery to decorate, furniture to buy, and plenty of checkups with your doctor.
With everything that’s going on, though, it’s important not to lose sight of your oral health. In fact, regular brushing and flossing will never be as important as they are now. Besides causing symptoms like swollen or bleeding gums, gum disease has also been linked with certain pregnancy complications, like premature birth.
Dental anxiety can be experienced in varying degrees of severity, from a feeling of uneasiness at having to visit a dentist to a full-blown, highly prohibitive phobia. Whilst it’s common for people to be a little wary of dental work (with images of drills and other painful looking implements imbedded in our cultural consciousness) it can be seriously detrimental to your oral hygiene and, by extension, your overall health to neglect scheduling regular check ups.
SIGNIFICANT CHANGES THIS YEAR IN BOTH OF OUR CLINICS TO PROVIDE YOU AN EVEN BETTER SERVICE…