It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
We hope you are enjoying everything that makes the holiday season so special. In the spirit of giving, we collected the four posts we feel are most useful to keep oral health in check throughout the holiday.
Four Useful Dental Tips for the Holidays
There are a number of things that can cause bad breath. Before your next gathering, find out what causes bad breath and how you can fix bad breath quickly! We have some great temporary fixes including an all-natural, homemade mouthwash recipe. Click here to learn more.
Before you decide what candy to pick off of the gingerbread house next, consider this. We asked a very important question on behalf of candy lovers everywhere. Are there types of candy that are better for your teeth than others? As it happens, the answer is yes! Click here to find out which candy is best for your teeth.
Red wine has amassed a slew of associated benefits and now cavity-fighting is on the list. Go ahead and have that glass of red wine! Click here to read more about the benefits of red wine for your general and oral health.
Combining lemon with warm water is a smart way to energize, hydrate yourself and increase your metabolism. If you are in a need of a detox after all of your holiday celebrations, warm lemon water is the way to go. Click here to find out the 10 incredible benefits lemons can offer you.
However you choose to celebrate the holiday, we hope that it’s special! If we can impart one last piece of advice to keep your smile shining, it is this: Bring a travel toothbrush and toothpaste along to the festivities if you know you’ll be eating sugary food and drink. Brushing your teeth or swishing with water immediately after will help ensure that sugar does not sit on your teeth for too long.
And a friendly and cautious reminder that if you enjoy hard candy or frozen sweets, try not to bite into them!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from our family to yours!
If you have any questions about our dental tips for the holidays or are interested to learn more about Dr. Agatha Bis Dentistry, fill out our contact form or give us a call at 905-338-6684.