Dry mouth is not only unpleasant, but it may also lead to more serious medical and dental issues. No one wants to visit the dentist more than they need to, so we’ve provided you with some easy lifestyle adjustments that will lead you to a happy and healthy mouth.
Your mouth may be dark and slimy, but it is one of the most mighty parts of your body! There’s a whole other world inside your oral cavity that contributes to the entire health of your body. Learn more about your powerful oral microbiome and its role in systemic health here.
What does your mouth have to do with Alzheimer’s Disease? Recent research shows a potential connection between oral pathogens and Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Click here to explore exciting new science for the future of Alzheimer’s disease.
Anxiety is an obstacle to overall well-being. Don’t let it dominate your life. Click here to learn about how you can lessen anxiety in your everyday life and gain back control.
Sure, you keep your smartphone up to date, but what about your oral hygiene? With the wide variety of oral care products on the market, it can be stressful to choose the best option. Luckily, we’ve saved you the time researching so you don’t have to settle.
Alzheimer's disease continues to be one of the most devastating and pervasive neurodegenerative diseases that impacts the human race. This enigmatic disease continues to stump scientists and a cure remains unknown. Recent research, however, has provided a surprising new avenue from which to attack Alzheimer's--the mouth. Dr. Bonnie delves into the recent findings linking the oral microbiome to the beginnings of Alzheimer's
Bloating isn’t only bad for a beach body, but stomach pain can be unbearable. Before you grab the Tums, try these tips and tricks to combat stomach pain and have a happy GI tract.
We all know that what we eat is important for our health, but equally important is how we eat. A few easy dietary changes listed here can improve not only your oral health, but can contribute to your overall wellness.
We all know that brushing and flossing are important for maintaining oral health, but have you ever considered exercise as a way to improve your oral well-being? Here DrBonnie360 dives into new potential connections between exercise, eating, mood, and the oral microbiome.
The stresses and pressures of daily life can have strong effects on your mood. The ups and downs of your emotions can be difficult to work around so we’ve put together a list of factors that could be affecting your spirits, and tips that can help turn your frown upside down.