You may not know that juice is the #1 culprit of cavities seen amongst kids dental offices.
Your child’s baby teeth are vital to a lifetime of happy smiles and healthy eating. So how do you protect that toothy grin for the future? Even if you brush your little one’s teeth twice a day (and floss at night), plenty of sipping and snacking go on in between.
If you’re a chronic mouth breather because of a stuffy nose, you’re not alone. As the weather chills and allergies and colds abound, and nasal congestion becomes a common trend, mouth breathing inevitably follows-especially when you’re sleeping. I’m sure you’ve seen many passengers asleep on the subways and trains, head and pitched back, mouth wide open, and snoring louder than a diesel engine.
List of the many consequences of Mouth Breathing:
1. Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders
2. Facial Morphological Changes
3. Posture Problems
4. Nasal Congestion