Bad Breath: Don’t Take it Lightly

Although bad breath, also known as halitosis, can sometimes be handled easily, Dr. Caceres in Marietta, GA wants you to know that a persistent bad taste in the mouth or bad breath may be a sign of something more serious. Health Conditions Associated With Bad Breath Bad breath may sometimes imply gum diseases, tooth decay,…

Pregnancy and Oral Health

Becoming pregnant is one of the greatest gifts we can experience, but it does tend to wreak havoc on our hormones. Both estrogen and progesterone rapidly increase quite instantly after conception. Unfortunately, the increase in progesterone can lead to some dental woes that need to be promptly addressed. Dr. Caceres and his staff have the…

Healthy Smile, Healthy Body

The key to having a healthy body may literally start with a healthy smile. Research has shown that this sentiment, though often stated figuratively, accurately depicts the relationship between one’s own dental health and the proper function of the body’s seemingly unrelated endocrine and cardiovascular systems. The importance of this relationship cannot be overstated when…

Key Factors that Diet and Nutrition Play on Oral Health

Certain foods can tip the scales in a positive or negative way when it comes to your oral health. We are all fairly well-versed about the impact that food plays on our physical health, but many of us neglect consideration for our dental health when we choose our diet. Do you consider your teeth and…

Quit Smoking to Improve Oral Health

If you are a smoker, it may be a good idea to consider quitting so you can improve your oral health as well as your overall health condition. There are many challenges when it comes to quitting smoking, but fortunately, there are an equal number of solutions. When it comes to your dental health, many…

Important Steps To Take During Dental Emergencies

Dental accidents can and do happen. Fortunately, when you know what to do during and after these events, you’ll have a much higher likelihood of being able to save the affected tooth. Following are six steps to take when dealing with dental emergencies: For permanent, adult teeth that have been knocked out, be sure to…