4 Surprising Foods That Can Cause Bad Breath

blog-featured-image-bad-breath-causing-foods Everyone knows that garlic and onions are the usual culprits for bad breath. But do you know what other foods may be causing your stinky breath? For some people, bad breath can be genetic. However, certain foods that may be a part of your daily routine could be to blame. Read on to find out what foods Dr. Oreoluwa Adegun of League City Elite Dentistry lists as some bad breath causing foods!Read More

Hey Runners! Pay Special Attention To Your Oral Health

blog-featured-image-oral-health-and-running We know that exercise is very important for both our mental and physical health. However, have you thought about the effects of running on your oral health? While those two things may seem unrelated, they’re actually not. Fear not. Dr. Oreoluwa Adegun of League City Elite Dentistry will explain the correlation between running and oral health.

Oral Health and Running

While the rest of your body may be in great shape, each extra training hour actually increases your risk of tooth decay. Athletes are at risk for two specific oral health problems: dry mouth effects and sports-related nutrition effects. Read More

5 Tips for Teaching Kids How to Brush

blog-featured-image-kids-brushing-tips Good oral hygiene is a crucial part of a person’s health. Thus, it is imperative that parents help teach their kids not only to brush their teeth twice a day but also how to do so effectively. Rather than making it a chore, try to make cleaning their teeth a fun and enjoyable experience. To help, Dr. Oreoluwa Adegun of League City Elite Dentistry shares some tips for teaching kids how to properly clean their teeth. Read More

Will My Pregnancy Affect My Oral Health?

blog-featured-image-pregnancy-and-oral-health Pregnancy is an amazing thing. However, there are some important things to keep in mind during this time. While pregnancy does not automatically damage your teeth, pregnancy can lead to dental problems in some women. This can potentially result in gum disease and an increased risk of tooth decay.

Increased hormones during pregnancy can affect your body’s response to plaque (the layer of germs on your teeth). Luckily, with proper oral hygiene and professional care from Dr. Oreoluwa Adegun, your teeth should remain healthy throughout pregnancy.Read More