Medical treatments are expensive. Everyone that has suffered a disease and needed treatment knows it. Even when a person looks for cheaper options, the reality is that the quality of treatments may not be optimal. All people should have the right to enjoy health at an affordable price, and fortunately, nowadays there are several options for this. What we're talking about is Medical Tourism, the best way to get quality medical treatments adjusting to your budget. Let us tell you about 5 reasons why Medical Tourism is right for you.
According to data from the National Diabetes Statistics Report, there are around 30 million people with diabetes in the US. That’s a lot of people, and they all need special health care. One of the main issues that a person with diabetes has to face is oral hygiene. There are many dental problems associated with diabetes, and today we share with you information about this subject. If you have diabetes, we invite you to follow these tips. And if you don't, we remember you that prevention is the keyword to have a quality life.
How often do you think about your pet's dental health? Probably not as much as you should. Your pets can also develop dental sufferings like bad breath, gum disease, bleeding gums, etc. And just like us, dental diseases on your pets can affect their overall health. That is why today we share with you everything you need to know about pet's dental health. Don't forget that healthy teeth mean a healthy smile, and a healthy smile is priceless.
Getting children to brush and floss daily can be a hard task. It seems like they hate everything that has something to do with their dental health. But the importance of oral hygiene in children is invaluable. It's not just about taking care of their teeth, but about creating habits that stay with them. To make this task easier, we share with you 5 ways to get children to take care of their dental health.
Did you know that malformations of your bite could affect your health? A misaligned bite may cause consequences on your breathing, speech, and even the way you eat. The problem is that many people don't even know that they have a misaligned bite. It's really difficult to notice that your bite is in the wrong place when it has been with you for your entire life. That's why today we share with you everything you need to know about underbites, crossbites, and overbites.
What if we tell you that flossing and brushing daily can help you to prevent heart diseases? And what if we tell you that by visiting your dentist twice a year you can take care of your diabetes? Well, it's true. Your dental health is linked to your overall health, and that's why it's so important to take care of it.
Once you lose a tooth you will continue to lose bone, this condition is called bone resorption. This dental problem affects about 28 million Americans, and increases the patient risk factor for tooth loss, bone loss, and periodontal disease, according to AGD. To restore your smile and prevent further damage, your dentist can offer you several options. If you feel pain in your jaw, and think that you are experiencing bone loss we invite to visit your local dentist and continue reading this post.
Mexico is full of traditions, but there's none more compelling and fascinating as Day of the Dead. Every November 2nd, people get reunited in graveyards and offer gifts in altars to those who are no longer with us. The origin of Day of the Dead goes back more than 3,000 years. It's one of the most antique and representative traditions in Mexico, and to celebrate it, we give you 5 facts you probably don't know about this day.
Halloween has arrived and that means that witches, goblins, and other grotesque decorations and paraphernalia have been seen for the past weeks in our neighbors’ house. This holiday originates from the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain (pronounced "sah-win"). Even though this holiday has gone through several changes, its roots and meaning are still the same. We invite you to read our post and see for yourself all the changes that Halloween has gone through.
Sani Dental Group is proud to be part of October Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign. Consciousness on this subject should be present all year long. Yet, as you know, our services focus in the dental area. Being breast cancer awareness so important, we want to end this month by sharing with you blogs where you can find information about it.
There are many habits that we do every day, things that we have been doing for years; however, sometimes these habits can harm our oral health. In our blog we constantly offer our information associated with dental procedures, oral pathologies, traveling and even some eccentric dental pathologies; however, this time we want to tell you about different habits that can completely improve your dental health.
I heard about Los Algodones a few years ago. Some of my friends used to go there on winter to escape from the cold. "Snow Birds" is how they call them. They told me about the place, the weather, and the low price of dental services. Anyway, the idea of traveling to Mexico caused me anxiety, I've never been a traveler. Even in my youth, the complications of taking a trip seemed to me too hard. I preferred not to bother about it.
Many people don't understand how important and beneficial braces are. Crooked, misplaced, or crowded teeth make cleaning difficult, leading to tooth decay. And of course, there is the part of having a bad-looking smile, and the best way to fix it is with braces. Yet, a lot of people think they can skip braces because they look bad or it may hurt. Well, to those people, we have news: skipping braces can have real consequences.
First of all, let's explain what we mean with remineralization of your teeth. We refer to the process in which minerals are returned to the molecular structure of the tooth itself. It can even help your teeth to recover from cavities in an early stage. We'll always recommend you to visit your dentist, but we want you to know that there are things that you can do for your teeth at home. Our goal at Sani Dental Group is for you to be able to take care of your dental health, with this in mind we give you the tips you need.
After someone hears the words "you have cancer", the entire world seems to fall apart. Suddenly, a person is forced to deal with medical appointments and procedures; exams, analysis, questions, and all kind of situations appear together with the disease. The person must absorb tons of information about her new life, and make decisions that never thought about before. On top of all that, everybody around is waiting to this person to be strong and brave. It's a really difficult situation.
You might think that visiting your dentist twice a year is the only step you need to take in order to have a healthy smile, but this is far from the truth. We invite you to read the following 7 tips that will help you take the proper steps towards better dental health.
Walking is one of those pleasures of life that people don't appreciate enough. It's good for your health, gives you energy, and the best of all: it's free! The reasons for walking every day are plenty, and we're here to share with you a few of them. There are little things that you can do daily to keep your health in its best state, and walking is one of the easiest. Sani Dental Group invites you to read these benefits and put on your feet right away to take a good walk.
Talking about dental procedures is often complicated. Many times, we know that we need a dental treatment, but we're afraid to ask. Also, people opining around us can make us doubtful about the decisions we make on our dental health. When we're going to inform ourselves about how to take care of our teeth, we need a source we can trust. That's why we share with you information about all dental treatments, and today we share with you about Silver Amalgam Filling.
Smiling is amazing. Your smile can change the way the world looks at you. That's why it's so difficult when you think your smile is not good enough. Maybe you stand in front of the mirror and think that you should keep a straight face forever. Well, it doesn't have to be this way, you can improve your smile till you love it. It's not as hard as it may sound, and we're here to help you, as always.
It's October, and this marks the last trimester of the year; but this month also marks the start of a very important annual campaign, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and through the pink ribbon campaign awareness of the disease has increased. Nowadays, this disease affects about 230,000 women each year in the US. It's necessary to create conscience about this subject since anyone can be affected. Our hope is that by raising Breast Cancer awareness, more women can detect it on time.