Have Your Cake and Eat It, too
If you have been dealing with a broken, cracked, painful, or missing tooth for a while now, it’s likely that you’re used to eating on only one side of your mouth or finding other ways to deal with your injury. Many dental patients also suffer from tooth sensitivity that makes eating sweet, cold, or hot foods almost impossible.
Do you skip on dessert because the sweetness would hurt a sensitive tooth? Do you swear off candy or hard nuts because your teeth can’t handle it? While we at Crown Council are champions of the importance of eating a healthy diet—both for your mouth and the rest of your body—we still think it’s great to indulge once in a while.
Are you missing out on eating your favorite foods because of your teeth? Crown Council has outstanding news for you: You can have your cake and eat it too!
Just use our Crown Council dentist locator to find a Crown Council dentist in your area and schedule a consultation. Your dentist will give you a thorough examination and determine just the right treatment going forward. No matter how complicated your case, your Crown Council dentist can take excellent care of you.
Don’t wait another minute to take care of your oral health. Call your local Crown Council dentist. You can find out more about Crown Council at http://crowncouncil.com/why-choose-a-crown-council-dentist/.
And don’t forget, with the occasional sweet indulgence, to always brush and floss daily. We know we can’t convince you to avoid sugar altogether, but the bad effects of sugar on your teeth can be helped by sipping on some water or even chewing sugar-free gum after a meal.
An Association of Independent Dental Practices