If you’re a regular coffee drinker, you’re probably no stranger to the idea that coffee stains your teeth. But if you haven’t seen the effect on your teeth for yourself, you may start to wonder if it’s just a rumor or doesn’t have as drastic of an effect that you were led to believe. So does coffee really stain your teeth?
Now that summer is soon going to be upon us, your teeth will be facing a new threat – only this time, it’ll be in the form of cool, refreshing, deliciousness! In the summer, many people will be out spending their time in the sun playing sports or doing some other type of physical activity.
WE’VE ALL BEEN TOLD (and many of us tell our children) that milk builds strong bones. But our nutritional and dietary preferences are not only widely varied, but they also change from time to time.
2016 is decidedly here, and that means many of our patients are getting excited about continuing their New Year’s Resolutions. We love this time of year, and it strikes joy into our hearts to see the renewed invigoration and motivation for self-improvement that this time of year brings.
The temporomandibular joint, commonly referred to as TMJ, is located in front of your ear where the skull and the lower jaw meet. This joint is what connects your jaw to your skull and allows your lower jaw to move and function. Experts have determined that the TMJ is the most used joint in the body.