There are many changes that happen to teeth and gums during the teenage years. It is very important to maintain a healthy lifestyle for your growing body, as well for maintaining a healthy mouth.
As you age, you may need to make changes to how you care for your teeth and gums. You might have questions about preventing cavities, how fluoride can benefit you and what can be done to prevent injuries to your teeth and mouth.
We encourage you to read the links below to find out more information about subjects that are important throughout your teens and into adulthood. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask your dental professional or one of the dental care professionals at Elgin St. Thomas Public Health for more information.
- Grinding (bruxism)
- Nutrition and Oral Health
- Oral Cancer
- Periodontal Disease
- Pit and Fissure Sealants
- Pregnancy and Oral Health
- Smoking and Smokeless Tobacco
- Sports Mouth Guards
- Tooth Decay