A child of a parent with chronic tooth decay is more likely to inherit the caries disease. This disease caused by germs spreads easily within family members and can last a lifetime. The explanation of how one kid can eat all sorts of sugary foods, never brush or floss, and still have no cavities may… Read more about Children Dental Caries Crisis
Nick Jonas, the teenage heart-throb, had a piece of spinach stuck in his teeth at the latest Grammy show performance. His fans couldn’t stop tweeting about it. Had he unleashed the string’s power, he wouldn’t have had all the negative comments about his less than impeccable appearance that evening. Even though you may not have… Read more about The Power of the String
The office is open. Should you make an appointment or stay away for a little while longer? Well, that answer is totally up to you. If you need an emergency dental procedure, what precautions can you expect at a CDC compliant dental office? What you should know about going to the dentist right now during… Read more about Ask the Experts: Is it Safe to See the Dentist?
Brushing Three Times a Day According to a new study conducted in Seoul, South Korea, if you brush your teeth three times a day you may decrease your chance of developing Diabetes. The researchers analyzed the subjects’ oral hygiene behaviors, like the frequency of brushing their teeth, their dental history, and when and why they… Read more about Decrease Your Chances of Diabetes
We are dedicated to your health and safety as we navigate through the local impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been closely monitoring the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and the Georgia Department of Public Health. We have decided to keep our office closed for routine dental care. However, we will… Read more about Update on COVID 19 and our Hours
“It just goes to show you, If it’s not one thing, it’s another,” commented Roseann Roseanna Danna, a character portrayed by Gilda Radner on SNL. But, “just because the universe has already sent us one significant stress doesn’t mean we won’t have others.” says Dr. Harriet Lerner, psychologist, and author.
Smiling can bring you health benefits even if you don’t start out feeling happy. So, next time you’re so frustrated you feel like gritting your teeth, try grinning instead
“The best thing about Dr Foster’s office is the nice “Teeth Cleaners”.