In the summer, you may be tempted to drink sports drinks, sodas, or juices loaded with sugar or acid. As shown by this graphic from Wrigley, water is the best choice for your teeth. If you must drink something else, be sure to brush your teeth after, or at the very least rinse with water or chew a piece of sugar free gum. At Creedmoor Family Dentistry, we have your best interest in mind.
5/17/2018 07:40:14 am
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6/18/2018 04:01:01 pm
I didn't know these two are somehow related. Had I not read it here, I wouldn't have had learned about any better explanation. I think I really need to visit a dentist real soon. The last time I visit my dentist was when she had my braces removed. She is also my orthodontist, that's why. I feel I am too old to still be afraid of dental clinics but that's what is happening right now. I am not like this before. Maybe I just developed this because again, I haven't visited my dentist for the longest time.
6/28/2018 05:49:24 pm
I am not sure how this is related but I noticed that during hot temperatures, my teeth can really feel weird. There's an unusual pain that is usually prevalent whenever I have flu. I can also feel it during this time. Maybe this is what has been happening. We just don't learn or hear about this a lot from doctors or anyone. We don't visit our dentists that much. Maybe that's the reason why we are all unaware of all of these. It would be great to consult your dentist when we feel anything similar to this.
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