Do you wake up in the morning trying to avoid your spouse because of stinky morning breath? If you cover your mouth and run for the bathroom rather than rolling over with a hello and a smile, you’re not alone, there is a reason for your morning breath. Dry mouth is commonly the cause for morning … Read more about The Cause of Morning Breath
At Juban Cowen Dental Care, we understand that the appearance of your smile is almost as important to our patients as the health of their smile. That is why we offer tooth colored dental fillings to the residents of Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas. As a comprehensive family dental practice, we … Read more about Tooth Colored Fillings
Do you have an important event coming up where it will be important to look and feel your best? Have you carefully planned your outfit, your presentation or the schedule of events for your big day? If you have noticed that your once bright white smile is no longer as brilliant as it used to be, ask … Read more about Whiter Teeth In An Hour
In a recent study by Gallup-Well Being, research showed that nearly one out of three Americans did not visit the dentist last year. In similar studies from 2008 and 2012, research reports that the numbers have remained the same. To maintain proper oral and dental health it is important for people to … Read more about Did You Go to the Dentist Last Year?
When it comes to toothpaste, many Americans, especially children use too much toothpaste when brushing their teeth. In truth, a little dab will do you just fine. A small pea-sized dab of toothpaste is the recommended amount by most dental professionals. If you like to spread your toothpaste rather … Read more about A Little Dab Will Do Ya!
We know that declining oral health is often closely aligned with the aging process. As we age, dental hygiene becomes particularly important in ensuring that your teeth last for a lifetime. A study conducted by researchers at the department of dental ecology at the University of North Carolina at … Read more about Researchers Study Link Between Mental Health and Oral Health