| November 2020: Tips, eNews & More!
Fall is in full swing and winter is right around the corner. We hope you enjoyed the halloween festivities and found a way to enjoy the spooky season despite COVID physical gathering restrictions. November is the last month of fall, and as daylight becomes sacred, it's necessary to prioritize your health, both emotional and physical. Overall wellness includes your dental health, diet, mental well-being, and healthy habits.
Keeping your body in good physical shape helps keep your mind in good shape too. In this month's article, we've outlined 5 ways to prevent dental health problems that also contribute to your overall well-being. Your teeth are a vital part of your body, and taking care of them helps you get in the habit of taking care of your whole body. We hope you find these dental and dietary tips helpful for the coming stay-at-home season.
Dr. Tsang and Team
|5 Ways to Care for Your Teeth and Prevent Dental Health Problems
I brush my teeth regularly, isn't that enough?
Holistically taking care of your oral health requires a bit of a checklist. Yes, brushing and flossing are important, but what are some other methods of oral health care? Proper dental prevention and regular check-ups are your best bet for a healthier, pain-free, beautiful smile.
Here are 5 ways to prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental health problems:
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|Pumpkin Cookies (Paleo)
For this month’s recipe, pumpkins had to be the star of the show. These paleo pumpkin cookies are gluten-free, vegan, and grain-free. They're perfect for fall or whenever you're in the mood for a nutritious pumpkin spice treat. Healthy and delicious, this recipe is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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