Did you know the idiom “long in the tooth” was originally used to describe horses with gum recession?
Here is a closer look at how oral health affects overall health.
Call it a Norwegian Tooth Bank! A Tooth Bank that seeks milk teeth from 100,000 children. The Norwegian Tooth Bank is requesting milk teeth from 100 000 children in Norway and could become the biggest tooth bank in the world. Milk teeth can give unique information about environmental influences and nutrition in the foetus and in early childhood. […]
Drinking Tea, Certain Medications, Eating Berries, Your City’s Water, and some Mouthwashes are just a few. Read this article to found out more about ingredients that stain teeth day to day. http://www.bustle.com/articles/92396-5-ways-youre-staining-your-teeth-without-even-realizing-it
They look like candy, and taste like it too, and that’s exactly why many parents buy gummy vitamins for their kids. Finally, something the kids will gobble down willingly! But if you’ve ever wondered if they’re too good to be true, you’re not alone. 1. The biggest drawback? Sugar. A serving of gummy vitamins […]
Inflammation Causes Heart Disease, Gum Disease Causes Inflammation. Why It’s Important To Treat Gum Disease Today
Chronic inflammation is harmful, acute inflammation is beneficial. Gum disease is when bad bacteria sits in your gums causing chronic inflammation. Read this article by World Renowned Heart Surgeon, Dr. Lundell, about how this cycle of inflammation is deadly. January 21, 2015 – We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a […]
You Asked: Why Are My Teeth So Sensitive? Sometimes teeth are just touchy. But certain sensitivities are signs of trouble.
You feel it when you sip a hot drink or bite into a cool dessert: an ache, an acute stab of pain. Even a sharp breath of cold air might trigger a twinge. “Any tooth sensitivity is trying to tell us something,” says Dr. Matt Messina, an Ohio-based dentist and spokesperson for the American Dental Association. […]
Save Your Lips Aptos – These four SPF-Lip balms tested by Drs. Drew. “Lip skin cancer is particularly dangerous because it can spread internally more readily than from other areas of the body,” Dr. Prystowsky cautions. It’s 2015, which means we’re well aware of the inherent dangers of sun exposure and we try our best […]
Dr. Allyson reached out to the Sunshine Villa Assisted Living Retirement Home in Santa Cruz, taking her son Hunter to sing and dance with the residents living there. Dr. Allyson Drew is grateful to share with her son, through actions, the gift of giving back!
Since moving to the Santa Cruz area, Dr. Allyson Drew and Dr. Jason Drew have stayed true to their roots and actively seek out areas in the community that they can support. At Dientes Community Dental Clinic, Dr. Allyson donates her dentistry for the underserved a few days per month. During Halloween, they annually host […]
Soft drinks are the most significant factor in severity of dental erosion, according to a new study published in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry. Dental erosion is when enamel – the hard, protective coating of the tooth – is worn away by exposure to acid. The erosion of the enamel can result in pain […]