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Study Suggests Probiotics May Prevent Cavities

Cavities are a serious problem among Americans, particularly those 55 years and wiser. Statistics estimate that about 9 in 10 adults ages 20-64 have at least 1 cavity (i). This sobering statistic seems to be fueled by poor dietary choices, with the typical Western diet high in added sugar and high fructose corn syrup. The good news: Better food choices may reverse this trend, leading to stronger and healthier teeth. Specifically, a new study indicates that probiotics may help to prevent cavities. Probiotics are most commonly found in yogurt, kefir, kimchee, kombucha, and also in specially formulated probiotic supplements.

By | 2016-03-22T14:42:18+00:00 March 22nd, 2016|Holistic Dentistry, News|0 Comments

Research Links Oral Health with Obesity

Research Links Obesity with Oral HealthHolistic dentistry has linked oral health with just about every physical and nonphysical part of the human body. Now, British researchers have discovered a link between oral health and obesity. The study examined periodontal pockets and body mass index (BMI), concluding that higher BMIs are correlated with deeper periodontal pockets. This research evidences the need for overall wellness reflection when considering oral health.

By | 2011-07-19T03:46:00+00:00 July 19th, 2011|Holistic Dentistry, Nutrition|0 Comments

Miami Dentistry News: Dental Needs Among Children Are Growing

miami-dentistry-news-dental-needs-childrenOur Miami dental practice is fully committed to helping children develop strong oral hygiene habits at an early age. Studies show that good brushing habits, for example, significantly reduce the chances of developing serious illnesses like heart disease. Good habits start at an early age, however. Young children with good hygiene habits grow in to young adults with strong and healthy smiles. But is this happening? According to recent research, it is not. In fact, recent research indicates that over 80% of the Los Angeles area’s children are in need of immediate dental care (i).

By | 2011-05-20T02:09:06+00:00 May 20th, 2011|Miami Dentistry, News|0 Comments