Toothpaste, whether we use it as a paste, gel or powders, can help us prevent gingivitis, bad breath, dry mouth and many other oral diseases. Everyone who has used toothpaste might have notice this ingredient in it: Fluoride. However, what is Fluoride? After conducting an investigation this is what we discover.
On a daily basis our teeth are exposed to various elements, these include: temperature changes, different textures of foods and different types of chemicals, with this in mind, then we have numerous of reasons to care of our teeth, keep them clean and healthy.
Trust is the belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest and effective at his work. In order to gain someone’s trust a few things must happen first, trust is form through a good friendship, strong communication and time. Through these key elements, a strong relationship could be built with practically anyone.
Ever since we were young our parents have told us the harms chewing gum can cause. However, how can this soft, cohesive substance be harmful or good you? For years chewing gum has been used to freshen one’s breathe, as a stress relieve, or to overcome food cravings and some of the side effects chewing gum cause, include: an Increase your junk-food intake, trigger TMJ, or damage tooth enamel.
Mexico offers us many cultural areas, moments and events; among them is 5 de Mayo. Last year, Sani Dental Group did a post in which we explained the Battle of Puebla. Curiously this date is often confuse with Mexico Independence Day, but the battle of Puebla is not only a holiday that commemorate Mexico victory over the French or that established national unity and patriotism. 5 de Mayo also involves many traditions.
Becoming a parent or grandparent for the first time is not an easy task, there are many “terror” that could occur and take new parents by surprise. Thankfully many new parents have their parents to assist them; but when parents have concern on specific areas, they might need outside assistance. Recently one of our patients visited one of our dental clinic in Los Algodones, he needed information on Baby Bottle Tooth Decay and our team of professionals gladly offer him the information he needed.
In the 2014-2015 winter season Sani Dental Group performed thousands of dental procedures; our patients came the United States and Canada and many other places. The dental procedures included Surgeries, Dental Implants, Dental Cosmetics, Dental Cleaning and Whitening Procedures. For this post our team of professionals would like offer you a few post-surgery oral care tips that will help you after a whitening procedure has been performed.
Sani Dental Group wants you to have the best dental experience, if you recently receive a dental implant and have ever wonder the process through which your bones go through, we invite you to read this post.
During the month of March Sani Dental Group experience an increase in the number of dental surgeries performed. Many of our patients took advantage of our Newsletter promotion and bone graft surgery was performed in them. During the month of April we have analyzed the post-surgery oral cares one must do after experiencing a dental procedure. If you were one of the many patients who recently had an oral surgery performed we invite you to read this post.
Mental diseases can be prevent, either by a healthy diet or by properly flossing and brushing our teeth. For this week Sani Dental Group will explain how brushing and flossing can stop memory loss.
Can you imagine something that can bring together millions of people from all over the world? No matter their race, social-economic status or political points of views, Earth Day is an international event that for generations has brought people together. For Sani Dental Group, your oral health is our priority, but having a natural environment in which to show-off your smile is also important. We invite you, our beloved reader to take an initiative, ask yourself how am I contributing to having a better cleaner, greener planet and share your story with us.
We have analyze what post-surgery oral cares one must do after dental cleaning or dental cosmetics surgery has been performed. For this week Sani Dental Group will like to offer you more easy tips, our dental clinic is concern with your health and would like to help all of our patients who had recently had a dental implant surgery.
Disease is present at all times and it can located in the air we breathe or the foods we eat, sometimes we will be able to protect our bodies from them, but others things can get complicated. In a previous post we learn the importance of a detox bath and the many benefits they can offer us. For this week Sani Dental Group would like to give you detail information on special molecules, the Negative Ions.
Blood is something many of us fear, the simple sight of blood can cause the person to faint. The anticipation of a physical injury or an injection is one of the trigger Hemophobia or seeing your gums bleed. Fainting will not occur if you have a panic attack, however with blood-injury-needle phobias, fainting is likely to occur. For our dental clinic in Los Algodones, your dental health and overall health are important, we wouldn’t want you to suffer an injury because you faint at the sight of blood, especially if this blood come from your gums. What are bleeding gums? What are some of the reasons why one’s gums could bleed? We invite to continue reading this post, learn how to prevent bleeding gums and how to always have healthy gums.
Continuing with our Post-Surgery Oral Care tips, for this post Sani Dental Group would like to assist all our patients who have had questions and concerns on what to do after a cosmetic procedure has been performed. Dental cosmetics procedure include: Bridges, Crowns, Veneers, Dentures and Partial Dentures.After the procedure is done we invite you to read our Post-Surgery Oral Care: Dental Cosmetics to better help you with the outcomes.
We thank you our beloved reader for continuing to follow us, can you believe it we have together for more than a year. Toothpaste can be used for multiple things, in a previous post we mention to our readers and followers 10 Different uses For Toothpaste, Other than Brushing your Teeth.Today after using your toothbrush many of us through it to the trash, but for this week tips we would like to offer you a few simple and curious tips on what to do with your toothbrush once its no longer useful. After your toothbrush has defended your teeth, has prevented gingivitis, bad breath, dry mouth or many other oral diseases.
Welcome back our beloved reader, can you believe it’s been a year since we began our blog? In the past year Sani Dental Group has offer our visitors numerous of tips, explain dental procedures, invited you to the capital of dental tourism (Los Algodones). For this next year, our dental clinic will continue to offer you weekly dental tips, explain more health and dental procedures, give you vacation ideas, and tell you how to prevent dental diseases. Today 64.7 million of Americans 30 and over suffers some form of gum disease, among these dental diseases Enamel Erosion.
You recently visit Sani Dental Group and receive a dental cleaning either Deep Cleaning, Laser Treatment or LANAP. After the procedure is done you might feel pain or have questions, to better assist you during the month of April we will give you a few post-surgery steps you should take to avoid oral discomfort.
Every day we see changes, for example: an apple turns brown, meat becomes rancid, or a cut on our skin becomes raw and inflamed. All these are examples of oxidation, this is a natural process and as it happens in nature it can happen in our body. Just like oxidation affects living tissue, free radical molecules (molecules that have oxidized) can affect our body in many ways.
Imagine the following situation you are with your friends and love ones enjoying your favorite dish. Then, all of a sudden you feel something that we have all experience this at one time or another. You are having your favorite hot or cold drink, but as our beverage is entering our mouth and passing through our teeth, BOOM! We feel pain. This dental pain can be caused because of several reasons, usually it is of short duration; but its affects are harsh and painful.