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Mental health & oral health in youth
Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we are focusing on the connection between mental health and oral health, specifically for children and adolescents. Anxiety and depression in youth doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What do my teeth tell me about my health?
We often mention the impact of oral health on overall health, so let’s take a look at the ways signs or symptoms in the mouth can point to other greater health concerns.
Canker and cold sores
In cold and flu season, you might experience canker or cold sores more often. What are these sores and what can cause them? Find out more inside.
Chewing gum: a sticky subject
Don't get stuck with bad breath or cavity-causing bacteria in your mouth - try chewing some sugar-free gum! See our recommendations for choosing gum that supports your oral health and its possible benefits in this post.
Thanksgiving cravings to make you smile
Even when enjoying festive foods and drinks, you can still care for your oral health. Here are some ideas for creating a more healthy plate this Thanksgiving.
Mouthwash – ask a dentist!
We ask questions around a specific dental health practice or product and a dentist answers. The topic: mouthwash
Scare away cavities this Halloween
Enjoy the costumes, jack-o-lanterns, tricks and treats this Halloween, but scare away cavities with our fang-tastic oral health tips!
Mental health & your smile - the connection
You may be aware of the strong connection between your oral health and your overall health, but have you considered that the same connection exists between mental health and your oral health?
Rehydration - which drinks are best for your oral health?
Rehydration is the replacement of fluids and electrolytes lost via exercise, illness or other conditions that can deplete the body. While there are many different rehydration choices, it’s important to know which ones are best for your oral health .