What Are the Benefits of Dental Health Treatments for Diabetes Patients?

If you suffer from diabetes, your mouth could also be in harm’s way. Did you know that diabetes plans can be enacted strictly for improving your oral health care? Although diabetes only occurs in roughly one and every 10 people within the United States, it can have drastic and dramatic effects and negative consequences on your oral health should the... read more »

Halitosis Can Be Cured

Did you know halitosis is common in most people? Well, it’s true! Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is extremely common and treatable, which can help you in your life when it happens. To help you handle halitosis, our team of professionals at Letitia M. Williams, DDS, LLC in Union Springs, Alabama, is happy to talk to you about halitosis... read more »

Did You Know That Age Can Affect Your Teeth?

As you age, it can become more difficult to care for your body. However, did you know that it can also be more difficult to care for your oral health as you age? Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do—and should know—to better care for your teeth as you age. One issue you’re likely to face as... read more »

Water, Water Everywhere, So Drink Some for Your Teeth

Who doesn’t love a cool glass of water? In addition to being refreshing on a hot day or after some strenuous exercise, water has some serious benefits for your oral health. But many people don’t get enough water. After all, the majority of our bodies is actually water, and we need a lot to keep all our complex systems running.... read more »

Is Dry Mouth Bothering You?

If you are having unusually dry mouth symptoms, you are not alone. Dry mouth commonly arises when saliva produced is decreased by the salivary glands in the mouth. This can develop as a side effect of medication or even a condition that directly affects the salivary glands. Saliva helps prevent tooth decay by neutralizing acids produced by bacteria and by... read more »