1. Surprising Things That Can Wreak Havoc on Your Teeth (Part Two)

    In part one, we examined the food-related nutrients and factors that are uncommonly known risks to our oral health. From gummy vitamins to seltzer water and starchy foods, these things wear on our enamel and, over time, can cause cavities.   In part two, we’ll go further into depth and beyond foo…Read More

  2. Surprising Things That Can Wreak Havoc on Your Teeth

    Because sometimes the most unassuming foods and beverages can take a toll on our dental health.   At this point, we all know what is and isn’t good for our oral health — from sugary food and beverage to chewing on ice and other hard objects. While the sugar eats away at our protective enamel an…Read More

  3. The Amazing Mouth (Part Three)

    Dr. Kollar is your dentist in Windsor who loves dental health and wants to share its uniqueness with you!   In part two, we began a further exploration into collagen and the tonsils. We will touch more on the tonsils and get submerged in the salivary glands!   At Precision Dental of Windsor, provi…Read More

  4. The Amazing Mouth (Part Two)

    Explore more about what makes our mouths unique and why dentists are so fascinated!   In the first part of this series, we examined our mouths beyond what we know — teeth, tongue, and gums — and learned about the gingiva and how the lymphatic system is involved in our oral health.   Our mouths…Read More

  5. The Amazing Mouth

    Everything You Wanted To Know Straight From The Dentist! Our bodies are amazing — from the way our heart functions to the way the immune system attacks foreign invaders to keep us healthy. While every part plays a role, have you ever paused and realized just how incredible our mouths are? Our mout…Read More

  6. Are We All Destined for Braces? (Part Three)

    Misaligned teeth, as we’ve examined throughout the past two posts, are a result of early oral habits including poor eating habits and the use of pacifiers past six months and the introduction of sippy cups. As the child develops, the natural mouth and jaw shape begin to change and cause malocclusi…Read More

  7. Are We All Destined for Braces? (Part Two)

    In part one of this series, we raised the question and asked if we are all destined for braces as a result of modern times. The truth of the matter is, dental health has changed over generations from the foods we eat and breastfeeding practices to the gadgets kids use such as pacifiers and sippy cup…Read More

  8. Are We All Destined For Braces? (Part One)

    Modern orthodontics is a relatively new concept, however, there have been documented cases in early civilizations and spanning throughout the centuries. Braces are more common now than ever before —  but is it in part due to innovation or as a result of different foods and oral objects such as pa…Read More

  9. What Your Teeth Are Telling You: Heart Health (Part Two)

    In part one, we examined how dental calculus can be indicative of heart trouble when it builds and builds, even with the best at-home and in-office dental health practices. We also discovered that it’s your calcium levels that can better predict heart disease than fat, which makes K2 a valuable nu…Read More

  10. What Your Teeth Are Telling You: Heart Health (Part One)

    Generally, people will go to the dentist when their teeth hurt, which is a big red flag that tooth decay is imminent! Others are great dental citizens and do their due diligence with a bi-annual teeth cleaning, and then there are those that avoid the dentist altogether. Dental health is crucial and …Read More