COPELAND FAMILY DENTAL BLOG
You probably know that your mouth is home to one of the largest populations of bacteria in your body. While they’re an independent bunch, you can dramatically influence their effect on your health. It starts with understanding how the key bacterial players operate and your role in altering their destructive tendencies.
Do you recognize the assistant in blue scrubs working in this video? It is our very own superstar team member Monique. She is volunteering her time at COMOM - Colorado Mission of Mercy 2 day free dental clinic. Way to go Mo!
Your teeth and the surrounding jaw muscles present a powerhouse capable of crushing even the hardest foods to pieces. But sometimes we use our teeth in ways that push them to the limit and lead to unnecessary problems and treatment. Learn about one habit that may accelerate the breakdown of your teeth and how to read the symptoms your teeth share with you.
When you wake up in the morning, no one expects your breath to smell very good. With a few good hygiene habits, your breath is usually ready for the day. But if you’re struggling with bad breath, or you suspect it might be a problem, Dr. Amy and Dr. heath have a few tips to kick this social issue to the curb. Learn more here about the real causes and how to keep your breath fresh every day.