Preventing Tooth Damage

There are many reasons to stop biting your nails. It’s unsanitary, visually displeasing, and it makes your nails jagged and sharp. For some people, these reasons aren’t enough to kick the habit. If you’re one of those people, here’s another symptom you may want to consider: nail-biting can cause serious damage to your teeth.
The best way to fight cavities is to brush and floss regularly, but sometimes it can be tough to clean the entire surface of your teeth. This is especially true in the case of our molars, which reside in the deep depths of the mouth and act as a haven for bacteria and leftover food.
When 92 percent of adults have had at least one cavity in their life, you know tooth decay is a real issue. But thankfully, we have something to help protect us. And it's as simple as a little paint job!
How do I know if I need a night guard? If I do need one, what kind should I get? What are the differences between ones from the drug store and the one I would get from my dentist?
Body modifications such as tattoos and piercings seem to be popular forms of self-expression, but, given how important oral health is to overall health, are there any dangers someone thinking about getting an oral piercing should consider?
While they all say they fight cavities, some claim a variety of other benefits. We’ve seen toothpaste specially formulated for tartar, gingivitis, enamel health, tooth repair, sensitivity, whitening and fresh breath. Some come with extra ingredients like baking soda and peroxide, while others are fluoride and gluten free.