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Why You Should Put Your Teeth Before Your Car

If you were asked today which one you couldn’t live without, your car or your teeth, you may have a hard time deciding. Would your answer change when asked “Which one is harder to replace with minimal effort?” Unfortunately, dental care is on the decline. A recent study released by shows that Americans service [...]

By |September 11th, 2019|Oral Health|

5 Foods Your Teeth Will Thank You For Eating (And 3 You MUST Stay Away From!)

Protecting your teeth is critical if you want to keep them for life. Unlike every other structure in your body--like muscles, skin, and even bone--your teeth can't heal. There are some repair mechanisms, but they're slow and easily disrupted--by your diet.  Most people don’t think about how their diet can be affecting their teeth, at [...]

How to Keep Barbecue Foods from Destroying Your Teeth

It’s barbecue season again here in St. Louis, and that means getting out to enjoy the best foods of the summer. Unfortunately, some of these foods are terrible for your teeth. They can do serious damage and increase your risk of tooth decay and damage. We’re not going to ask you to give up these [...]

Is Vaping a Serious Health Epidemic?

It is something we are coming to expect: vaping in America, especially among America’s young people, is growing rapidly. Now a new report shows that vaping is growing dramatically among teens. These stories are often written with a breathless tone of impending doom, but is this really a bad thing? The best evidence we have [...]

By |December 19th, 2018|Oral Health|

Smoking Destroys the Immune System in Your Teeth

We know that smoking is one of the worst things you can do for your teeth. We know that smoking can increase your risk of gum disease. Since gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss, it makes sense that smoking also increases your risk of tooth loss. Smokers have about double the risk [...]