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Regular Exercise Can Protect And Strengthen Your Smile

Regular Exercise Can Protect And Strengthen Your Smile

WE ALL KNOW THAT EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR US. It promotes wellness, prevents sickness, and is said to benefit body, mind, and soul. But did you know that regular exercise is also good for your oral health? Read on… Exercise Can Reduce Gum Disease Risk Gum disease is an inflammation of the gums caused by… Read More »


Why Fruits And Vegetables Are Important To Your Oral Health

Why Fruits And Vegetables Are Important To Your Oral Health

MARCH IS NUTRITION MONTH—an education and information campaign sponsored annually by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Of course the topic of eating enough fruits and vegetables is applicable to our overall health, but most of us don’t often think about the implications for our teeth, gums, and complete oral health. Feed Your Teeth And… Read More »


Smoking And Your Oral Health | Davis S. Frey DDS

Smoking And Your Oral Health

YOU PROBABLY ALREADY KNOW MANY OF THE DANGERS associated with smoking. But, did you also know that smokers are twice as likely as non-smokers to lose their teeth? In addition, there are even greater dangers that smoking presents to your oral health. Smoking wreaks havoc on your gums. It lowers your ability to fight infections in… Read More »


Beverly Hills Cosmetic Dentist Shares Bad Breath Triggers

Almost everyone has bad breath from time to time so I thought I would share some Beverly Hills bad breath triggers. Bad breath can be embarrassing, and a deal breaker,  in both business and social situations. Aside from the notorious “morning breath” our worst breath of the day happens around 3 pm. Avoiding these bad breath… Read More »


Beverly Hills Cosmetic Dentist Says Chewing Gum Good For Teeth

Beverly Hills Cosmetic Dentist Says Chewing Gum Good For Teeth

Chewing sugarless gum can be good for your teeth in a number of ways. Beverly Hills cosmetic dentistry patients need to know how to keep their smiles as healthy as possible when they aren’t near a toothbrush and chewing gum can help. A new study done in China showed that frequent gum chewing is associated… Read More »



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