5 Destructive Dental Habits
You brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily. You have regular checkups with your dentist every six months. You are doing everything you are supposed to do to keep your teeth healthy. Then one day, you wake up with a toothache. To your dismay, when you visit the dentist, he tells you that you have a crack in one tooth and a cavity in the tooth next to it. You are in shock. How could your teeth be in such bad shape when you follow the rules? Most likely, it’s because you have some bad dental habits you didn’t realize were destructive to your teeth. In this blog ...