Have Your Dessert, Florissant!

Have Your Dessert Florissant

Your St. Louis dentist knows that it’s too much to ask that you never indulge in sugary treats, but he or she will tell you that eating sweets at certain times is better for your teeth than others. For instance, when you eat a full meal, your saliva production increases. This helps to rinse food particles from your mouth as well as neutralize the acids that cause plaque.

This is great news for dessert lovers in the Hazelwood, Maryland Heights, and St. Charles areas because it means that sweets consumed after meals have a lower risk to your teeth because your mouth is already in optimum cleansing mode.

St. Louis dentists agree that sweets after meals are preferable to sweets eaten between meals as snacks.

Furthermore, remember that the type of treat is as vital as when you eat it. Florissant dentists are constantly reminding their dental patients that sticky candies stay on your teeth for a long time, even when your saliva is flowing. And hard candies that you suck for an extended time give bacteria a perfect environment to create harmful, enamel-weakening acids.

I am Dr. Martin Buchheit of Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS. We are located at 2149 Charbonier Rd. in Florissant.

Our friendly staff is here to help you have the healthiest and most beautiful smile possible. We provide general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry such as tooth whitening, dental crowns, porcelain veneers, short term braces, oral conscious sedation, inlays and onlays, and dental implants.

We are currently accepting new patients, so call today to book an appointment!

Dr. Martin Buchheit
Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS
2149 Charbonier Rd.
Florissant, Missouri 63033
314-837-7744
https://www.kochparkdental.net/about-us/

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