Tooth Enamel Damage

If you are experiencing persistent tooth sensitivity issues or have tooth discomfort, your tooth enamel may be compromised. Although your tooth enamel, the covering of your teeth, is the hardest substance in your body, it can become damaged if not cared for properly. Your tooth enamel is put to the test multiple times a day when you eat, but there are often other reasons for damage.

Be Proactive With Your Oral Health

Dr. Joel Singer and his team are dedicated to helping patients improve their oral health as well as their overall health. Dr. Singer practices holistic dentistry, which focuses on promoting overall health and wellness and looking at the signs your body is providing to determine what is causing the issues with your oral health. One way this is possible is when patients follow routine oral care. We typically see our patients twice a year, unlike general practitioners who typically only see patients once a year. This gives us the opportunity to talk with our patients about how they are feeling as well as anything they are noticing with both their oral health as well as their overall health.

Three Healthy Habits for a Healthy Mouth

Have you been lax with your oral health and care in the last few years and are looking to make a change towards a healthier lifestyle? The good news is that it is always the perfect time to improve your oral health. The best part is that it is not difficult to change your ways. By simply adding some steps to create a new routine, it can easily lead you to a life of healthy dental habits.

Do You Struggle With Healthy Eating?

The fall is a time where it is easy to allow poor eating habits to overcome your good judgement, between the Halloween candy and Thanksgiving festivities, not to mention all of the deliciousness that is awaiting you in December. While it is important to be mindful of healthy eating to maintain proper physical and mental health, it is just as important for your oral health. Continue reading to find out how you can improve your eating habits during the holiday season to maintain proper oral health.