Dental Associates of Maitland

Dental Associates of Maitland
Dental Associates of Maitland offers Dentists services in Maitland FL.

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I stand beside the statement that, "You are what you eat!" We see the mouth as a mirrored window to your general health. Many of you are subject to fast foods and purchase prepared items off shelves. Most of us don't get the twenty minutes of out of breath exercise daily, and sadly, we are outliving the capacity of our endocrine glands.And so, we may be the originating diagnostic provider for the status of diabetes. In fact.... More Than 100 Million US Adults Have Diabetes Or Prediabetes, CDC Officials Report. HealthDay (7/18, Preidt) reported that more than 100 million US adults have diabetes or prediabetes, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The article added the CDC “report found that nearly 1 in 4 adults with diabetes didn’t even know they had the disease, and less than 12 percent with prediabetes knew they had that condition.” The article discussed the importance of preventing diabetes, stating that “by focusing on prevention, it may be possible to avoid the numerous complications of diabetes and obesity, which include not only eye, kidney and nerve problems but also dental disease, dementia and depression.” The Los Angeles Times (7/18, Kaplan) “Science Now” blog also reported that if diabetes is not controlled, people with the disease may experience “heart disease, nerve damage, kidney problems, eye damage and other serious health problems.” The Oral Health Topics on and provide additional information on diabetes for dental professionals and patients. Call today at 407-629-4220 for your dental check up!

During bath time, I would floss my teeth and as the kids would dry off, I would ask their help to brush my teeth. They would, and I would be asked to help them with this family hygiene experience. They would ask me to do the string thing for them. For more tips..... 6 Teeth Cleaning Tips from Dentist Parents Teeth Cleaning Tips One of the struggles many parents face when it comes to their family’s oral health is establishing – and keeping up with – daily oral hygiene routines. And if you’re a dentist with children, you may have some special insight to share when your patients ask you how best to keep their kids’ teeth clean. Use this advice from dentist parents to start the conversation, and share your own stories as well!

Acid meltdown occurs to all things basically, pun intended. Remember the high school experiment when a chunk of meat was placed in a cola bottle? The following day, the meat had been dissolved by the acids in that soda. Our diets today have gone acidic from citrus, vinegar, and acid additives. These dissolve teeth, allow for cramps, and contribute to osteoporosis. In fact... Highly Acidic Beverages And Fruit May Contribute To Dental Erosion. Bustle (6/19, McKenzie) noted that enamel is “not made up of living cells, and thus is unable to repair itself,” according to the American Dental Association. With this in mind, the article discussed how food and beverages may affect enamel, stating that frequent exposure to highly acidic beverages, such as soda, and fruit may “weaken enamel, making teeth more susceptible to erosion over time.” The Oral Health Topics on provides additional information on dental erosion for dental professionals.

We are hearing many anecdotal reports of benefits to oil therapy but now the scientific results point to the lack of improvement to gum health. New studies also show that coconut oil is not so wonderful as a nutrient as well. In fact... Scientific Evidence Does Not Support Benefits Of Oil Pulling. Refinery 29 (6/20, Jacoby) discusses oil pulling, stating that although the ancient, traditional folk remedy has experienced a resurgence in recent years as a way to improve oral health, there is no proof it actually does so. “There is no scientific evidence proving that [oil pulling] kills bad breath, reduces bleeding in the gums, or whitens teeth,” a dentist based in New York told R29. The article links to the American Dental Association’s Science in the News article on the practice, which states: “Based on the lack of currently available evidence, oil pulling is not recommended as a supplementary oral hygiene practice, and certainly not as a replacement for standard, time-tested oral health behaviors and modalities.” provides additional information on oil pulling.

TMD has been of interest of this practice before it's inception. The disorder has profound repercussions to all aspects of facial physiology To add to your understanding..... TMJ Disorders May Affect Ability To Talk, Smile. The Washington Post (6/9, Cimons) discussed temporomandibular joint and muscle disorders, stating estimates suggest more than 10 million Americans have experienced TMJ disorders. According to the article, most people have “a single episode or a few isolated bouts,” although “about 10 percent of people” with TMJ disorders “go on to develop long-term symptoms,” which may include “consistent pain in the jaw area.” People experiencing TMJ disorders “may have difficulty talking, and smiling,” said John Kusiak, acting deputy director of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. “As a result, they may develop emotional and psychological problems that can lead to the inability to work or communicate.” The article stated that “eating soft foods, applying ice packs to ease pain or swelling, and avoiding extreme jaw movements” may help treat the symptoms of TMJ disorders. provides additional information on TMJ disorders.

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On the way to Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity Foundation meeting in Philly. I'll be among the best of the best. .

Back to school bash at Amway with the Dental Society of greater Orlando.

Attending Maitland Rotary Art Festival Board Meeting at Maitland Civic Center.

Going to the Maitland Men's Club to help community needs.