Dental decay is one of the most common diseases in America. You can help fight dental decay by getting adequate sun exposure. Learn how sunlight helps your teeth stay strong.
The ladies representing us on the U.S. Woman’s National Soccer Team may be locked in a battle with tooth decay during the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Beavers and their teeth may be lighting the way toward improved enamel strengthening methods in humans. Find out more here!
Currently, Sonoma is debating whether they should add fluoride to their water. Regardless of how you feel about fluoridation, it is important to prevent tooth decay in any way, as it can compromise your teeth to the point where you will need treatment with dental implants.
Tooth decay is one of the most common causes of a missing tooth. Luckily, should a tooth be fully compromised by tooth decay, it can be replaced using a dental implant.
Humans have been no stranger to tooth decay, dating back to the early dawn of civilizations. However, archaeologists have now discovered that tooth decay may have been present in early ancestors as far back as 15,000 years ago, debunking the myth that tooth decay didn’t start until farmers arose.
Healthy teeth not only come from a steady oral regimen, but can be improved by what you eat as well. At the West End Farmers Market, our patients can find a variety of the recommended foods from our list that can keep their teeth strong and bright. Not only are they fresh, but you’ll also be helping local farmers and vendors that grow them.
Dr. Harry F. Albers explains how important it is to take care of yourself and your health before anything else. Dental implants can help to restore and improve your oral health if you experience missing or badly damaged, decayed teeth. Let us help you begin your new journey to amazing oral health and to a brilliant smile!
Santa Rosa, CA is a great place for experiencing fun and safe Halloween events. This year, Dr. Harry Albers is recommending Halloween at Howarth to his patients with young children.