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.
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.
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.
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.
Silver nanoparticles--doesn't this sound like the secret weapon in a science fiction movie? In fact, it is the secret weapon in Elementa's latest mouthwash! DrBonnie360 deep dives into this new oral care essential and the benefits of silver in your mouthwash.
Pop culture is inundated with designer clothes, luxury bags, and foreign sports cars. Now we also have luxury oral care with quip. Not only is quip's line of oral hygeine products luxurious, it's also effective and simple. Here DrBonnie360 dives into the company's brand and goals in an interview with the creator of the "Tesla of toothbrushes," quip.
The microbiome is an increasingly prevalent topic of discussion in the field of oral and systemic health. But what about the virome? The virome encapsulates the viruses that inhabit your body. In this post, DrBonnie360 delves into the bacteriophage viruses in the oral virome and why they are important for the future of oral care.
How did prehistoric humans survive without dentists? Did they have crooked teeth and cavities? Actually, the teeth of our ancestors were mostly straight with little crowding. Here DrBonnie360 details how advances in our diets and agricultural practices have saved us the hassle of scavenging for food, but have had adverse effects on our mouths.
When buying a new car, house, phone, or even cosmetics, we don’t just settle on the first option we lay eyes on. So why should oral care products be treated any differently? Dr. Bonnie details her experince with Boka, a compnay that created a chemical free, biocompatible toothpaste designed to not only enhance oral health, but overall health.