The two main effects of soda on your teeth: Erosion and Cavities
There are two main dental effects of drinking soda: erosion and cavities. Erosion Erosion begins when the acids in soft drinks encounter the tooth enamel, which is the outermost protective layer on your teeth. Their effect is to reduce the surface hardness of the enamel. While sports drinks and fruit juices can also damage enamel, they stop there. Cavities Soft drinks, on the other hand, can also affect the next layer, dentin, and even composite fillings. This damage to your…
Smiling and laughing is good for the soul and it also changes the chemistry in your body. Numerous medical studies have found smiling to lower heart rate, steady breathing and relax the body, which results in a stronger immune system…So let us make you Smile!
Sink Your Teeth In Knowledge
Did you know that the second most common disease in the United States is tooth decay? The first is the common cold. And remember you are supposed to replace your toothbrush after you have an episode of flu, cold or other viral infections. Notorious microbes can implant themselves on the toothbrush bristles leading to re-infection.
Dental cavities (caries) are holes in the two outer layers of a tooth called the enamel and the dentin. The enamel is the outermost white hard surface and the dentin is the tan colored layer just beneath enamel. Both layers serve to protect the inner living tooth tissue called the pulp, where blood vessels and nerves reside. Dental cavities are common, affecting over 90% of the population. Small cavities may not cause pain, and may be unnoticed by the patient….
Smileville Family Dental Center website is finally live!
We apologize for the delay, but we wanted to make it perfect for you! You are invited to visit the site, click through it for information and to learn a little bit more about Smileville Family Dental. This has been a work in progress with some long hours and late nights with our design team to accomplish one goal – another avenue for resources and valuable information for your, our Smileville Family! Please feel free to click through the site…