Now that 2019 has officially started, men and women across Pennsylvania are setting resolutions to improve their health and wellness in the new year. One of the best resolutions that you can make to improve your oral health is to cut back on soda consumption. Sodas and soft drinks contain a myriad of ingredients that can damage your teeth, ranging from excessive high fructose corn syrup that can degrade your teeth’s outer coatings to dyes that can stick to your enamel. Taking care of your teeth now can help enhance your regular dental appointments and avoid the need for emergency dentistry in Bala Cynwyd, PA, later down the line. Use these three tips to help reduce your soft drink consumption this year, and your teeth will thank you!Read More
It should come as no surprise that the foods you eat have a direct impact on your dental health, but do you know why that is? If you understand what plaque is, how it thrives, and the damage it can cause for your teeth, you’re probably somewhat aware of which foods better or worse for your dental health. If you’re less familiar with plaque and the foods that can contribute to it, this blog should clear things up and give you a solid understanding of the best and worst foods for your dental health.Read More
You may already know about the foods that are harmful for your teeth like coffee, red wine, and tea which stain your teeth, sweets and snacks that cause cavities, and acidic fruits that wear away enamel. Wynnewood dentist, Dr. DeFinnis will discuss the other end of the spectrum, nutrition that is beneficial for your dental health.