There are plenty of foods that we are aware of which can hurt our teeth. There are also several that may seem to be healthy, but in reality can be very harmful to the health of your teeth. Any foods that are too acidic may have negative effects on the enamel of your teeth, so it's best to avoid foods that are high in citric acid, like oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruit. Drinks that are dark and swirl around your teeth, like coffee, tea, red wine or soda, can slowly dye your tooth enamel.
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Watch Dr. Philip Hunt from Wood Creek Dental talk about why your gums might bleed while brushing. Bleeding gums can be a sign of gum disease. Scheduling a visit with your dentist is the best way to understand the cause of the bleeding and get the right treatment to correct the problem.
In this video, Dr. Levi Hunt talks about why an electric toothbrush may be better for your oral health. Watch to learn how an electric toothbrush can more efficiently and effectively clean your teeth.
To get all of your dental health care questions answered, schedule your appointment with one of our knowledgeable dentists. Call Wood Creek Dental today at 864-214-3934 in Greenville or 864-469-2626 in Landrum.
If you are like millions of Americans, one of your New Year’s resolutions is going on a diet to lose weight. Switching regular soda for diet soda is a popular trade to make when you start to count calories. While that new habit may help your waistline shrink, it’s still not the best choice for keeping your teeth healthy.
Watch Dr. Katie Bridges talk about how pregnancy affects your oral health and what steps you can take to care for the health of your mouth during pregnancy and beyond.
Do you have more questions about your dental health care during pregnancy? Call us today at (864) 214-3934 in Greenville or (864) 469-2626 in Landrum to schedule your appointment at Wood Creek Dental.
In this video, Dr. Dale Hunt gives you tips on how to save money on your dental care if you have just retired.
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