No one likes going to the dentist, but your visits shouldn’t be overly painful. If you’re experiencing a lot of pain at the dentist, chances are there are some gaps in your oral hygiene routine. Sensitive teeth and gums make routine scrapings and inspections much more painful than they need to be. Follow these five tips to help make your visits to the dentist less painful!
Are you considering getting braces as an adult? We think it’s the right first step.
Living with braces as an adult doesn’t have to be difficult. Sure, when we were kids, we were apprehensive about adding train tracks to our teeth over fears of being bullied. That’s not the case today since we have much better sense and even an obligation to our health.
Installing braces can be a costly procedure, but it is a worthwhile investment to a better smile. Plus, it may be needed, whether you still have a baby tooth or you have overlapping. Thanks to modern technology and enhanced methods, it is much easier to add braces. It is less invasive and less scary than we imagined when we were children. The hard part, however, is caring for your braces as you get older.
Soda pop, potato chips, Big Macs, atrophy and neglect are all contributors to our poor health.
The summer is the best time to hit the reset button on your well-being. After months of being cooped up in your home, binge watching Netflix and eating potato chips all day long, our health has likely taken a hit. With sunshine, warm temperatures and a little bit of skip in your step, now is your opportune time to rejuvenate your overall health.
Should you want to start from the beginning, one of the best things you could do is to visit a naturopath. A naturopath can be complemented to your traditional medical care from your family doctor. The naturopath can give you plenty of information to eliminate heartburn, get rid of cramping in your calves and shed some of those added pounds.
Young professionals in 2017 are more aware than ever about the benefits and positives of shopping at a health food store. Moreover, they are more aware than previous generations on the importance of living a healthy and active lifestyle. Activism and advocacy begin with individuals and their choices to live healthy and active lives. It all starts with what you put on your plate.