Coventry Dental Care Blog

MIGRAINES LINKED TO BACTERIA IN THE MOUTH

People who suffer from migraines have long complained that certain foods trigger the severe headaches. New research suggests the culprit might be the amount of bacteria in the mouth. Researchers found that the mouths of people who suffer from migraines harboured significantly more of the

DREADING YOUR NEXT TRIP TO THE DENTIST?

Psychology researchers at West Virginia University have discovered evidence of a genetic basis for fearing dental treatment. Cameron Randall and Daniel McNeil report that dental care-related fear and anxiety is due, in part, to genetic influences inherited from parents. The study is one of the

LIFESTYLE

Oral health is one factor that contributes to a healthy lifestyle. Here are some tips to help you look after your oral health: Schedule regular visits to your dentist.Brush at least twice a day and floss at least once a day.Eat a well-balanced diet.Check your

HERE’S WHAT DENTISTS RECOMMEND, INCLUDING FLOSSING YOUR TEETH

Maintaining oral health means following advice so familiar it’s almost boring: Brush for two minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste. Clean between teeth once a day with floss, a small brush or pick. And visit your dentist regularly. (The American Dental Association, commenting on

GATEN MATARAZZO OF ‘STRANGER THINGS’ TALKS ABOUT HIS GENETIC DISORDER

“Stranger Things” star Gaten Matarazzo has no problem discussing his genetic disorder. The 14-year-old recently appeared on “The Jonathan Ross Show” with his Netflix costars Millie Bobby Brown and Caleb McLaughlin. During the talk show, Matarazzo opened up about his rare disorder, known as cleidocranial dysplasia, to try

EFFECT OF STRESS ON ORAL HEALTH

People may overlook the effect stress has on our oral health. However, our mouths can be just as affected by stress as the rest of our bodies. Stress can have real consequences for our oral health as well as our overall well-being. The way we