As the year winds down, it’s natural to get a little reflective, thinking back even as we look forward to the new year and the promise it holds.
So for our last post of the year, we thought we’d take a look back at what you all were looking at most on this blog through 2017.
And as we looked over our top 10 posts, we saw some trends. Many of the posts dealt with home hygiene and oral care. Others explored the relationship between oral and systemic health. Many focused on prevention.
Check it out:
A New Paste that “Heals Cavities”: Too Good to Be True?
A popular Facebook post focuses on an “amazing” new dental paste from Japan that’s said to “heal” cavities without drilling. But does it? Read more
The Meridian System: A Map to the Body
Problems in the mouth can have big time effects elsewhere in the body – and not just physically, but energetically, as well. Read more
With Oral Cancer, Early Detection Is Key
Because oral cancer is often diagnosed late in the disease process, its death rate is higher than for many other cancers. But caught early, it’s often readily treatable. Read more
Easing the Pain of a Toothache
When you’ve got a toothache, two thoughts crowd out most all others: how much it hurts and how much you want it to stop hurting. Which home remedies are best? And when should you contact a dentist? Read more
The Power of Ozone
Ozone is a super-charged form of oxygen that helps eliminate bacteria, fungi, viruses – even parasites – that can create disease and dysfunction. Because of this, it has a lot of roles to play in holistic and biological dentistry. Read more
Theobromine Toothpaste May Encourage Tooth Remineralization
Research suggests that a compound found in cocoa beans may help with remineralizing tooth enamel. It may also decrease tooth sensitivity. Read more
What’s in YOUR Toothpaste?
While ingredients like theobromine may be helpful in your home care, there are other ingredients you don’t want to see listed on the packaging. Read more
Overgrown Gums & Other Dental Anomalies
Teeth and gums can sometimes develop in unique ways – and cause some unique challenges. Read more
When Face Pain & Depression Happen Together
Research suggests a link between face pain and depression. How to go about addressing the situation? Read more
Is Erythritol Really All That?
Xylitol might not be the only sugar alcohol that appears to prevent caries. Read more
All of us here at Pride Dental hope your holiday season is truly wonderful and wish you a happy and healthy start to the new year! We’ll be back to blogging in January…