They say that in order to achieve peak performance, you’re going to have let stress into your life. This may be true, but those high-performing people should know that they’re going to pay a price from their health to get there.
This is what you need to know about stress and your health…
If that wasn’t frightening enough this is a list of health problems caused by stress. See if you’ve ever suffered from some of these issues:
Teeth are strange. They are one of the few parts of the body that cannot self-heal. You get one set when you are very young and then they all fall out. Then you get a second set and those are your teeth for life. Yes, there have been a few very rare accounts of someone having a third tooth grow when losing the second one but you can’t rely on being that 1 in a billion shot – it is almost certain that your second set of teeth, your adult teeth, are your last set of teeth too.
With that in mind it’s important to take care of your teeth. You can’t undamaged a tooth and while biomemetic dentistry can help restore a tooth and take advantage of its natural properties; there’s still nothing more pleasing to the world than a truly healthy smile with no major surgery conducted on it.
You’d have to have been living under a rock not to know that you need to brush your teeth and floss them on a regular basis. So, we’re not going to dwell on that but we are going to point out some habits
Most of us rarely think about how essential our teeth are to our lives unless something goes wrong. When there is something wrong, we call a dentist. Traditionally dentists have worked on the basis that a fix that is “good enough” is OK and for a long time that was the only choice available to dentists too. Now, however, there is a new school of thought and practice – biomimetic dentistry which is specifically designed to go beyond “good enough” when it come to your teeth.
The word biomemetic refers to the ability to mimic biology (or perhaps more literally “mimic nature”). In biomemetic dentistry that means the focus is on treating your teeth in the way that the treatment behaves as much as possible just like your natural tooth.
What it means for your mouth is that when we find damage to a tooth we try to use materials that more closely match the original teeth. The idea being that teeth are very well-designed to withstand the tasks they are designed for and that long-term oral health comes from natural teeth.
This is because when a traditional dentistry