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A child plays hockey while wearing a mouthguard Dentist Dr. Thomas Long has seen firsthand what can happen when “the puck stops here.” In addition to seeing everyday athletes in his private practice, Dr. Long (a former college hockey player himself) is the team dentist for the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes.

No matter what sport or skill level, Dr. Long says athletes need to take care of their teeth both on and off the field. “Most athletes are careful about what they eat and their workout routine. Part of that routine should include taking care of your mouth and teeth every single day,” he says. "It would be a shame to miss practice or a game because you are in the dentist's office receiving treatment or recovering from a dental surgical procedure.”

Here, Dr. Long shares his playbook for a healthy mouth.

Make a Mouthguard Part of Your Uniform

Helmet? Check. Knee pads? Check. Mouthguard? Check! Mouthguards usually cover your upper teeth and protect your teeth, lips, tongue, face and jaw against injuries, so they need to be part of your uniform in any sport you play.

Wearing a mouthguard regularly becomes second nature. It does not matter what type of mouthguard you choose, just make sure it fits properly. “The athletes I see feel better when they start wearing them, and they feel a little naked without them after they get used to them,” Dr. Long says

In fact, many sports won’t let you play without one. Dr. Long says USA Hockey requires all youth players to wear a mouthguard. “The referees have to be able to see it, and it has to be colored,” he says. “I think that’s a great idea.”

Sideline Sugary Sports Drinks

If you need to quench your thirst, reach for water instead of a sports drink. “People are trying to rehydrate, but there may be a lot of sugar in those drinks,” Dr. Long says.

The bacteria in your mouth will use the sugar from your sports drink to produce an acid that weakens the hard outer shell of your teeth, which may increase your risk for cavities over time.

In his experience with the Hurricanes, Dr. Long says he doesn’t often see professional athletes drinking sports drinks. “Their diets are so well-managed they just don’t have a lot of sugar,” he says. “They make their own sports drinks, and they’re more high-protein shakes than sugary sports drinks.”

Brush, Floss, Rinse, Repeat

Practice makes perfect when you’re mastering the skills of any sport, so do the same with your daily dental habits. Dr. Long says an unhealthy tooth is more likely to be damaged if a sports injury happens. “A tooth that has had a lot of decay and a lot of fillings is nowhere near as strong as a tooth that has not had decay and has not had a lot of fillings,” he says.

Keep your smile strong by brushing twice a day for two minutes and flossing once a day. Then, in the home stretch of your daily dental routine, use an ADA-Accepted mouthwash.

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Spring has arrived at the Dental Office
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Winter Wonderland at your dentist
Happy Snow week in Austin February 2021.
For our patients safety and ours, our dental office is closed till the end of this week. If all is better we will resume back the week of February 22, 2021.
Please stay safe.

Dr Salha and Team
Your dentist did IT😊
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Bad Breath
What you eat affects the air you exhale. Certain foods, such as garlic and onions, contribute to objectionable breath odor. Once the food is absorbed into the bloodstream, it is transferred to the lungs, where it is expelled. The odors will continue until the body eliminates the food. People who diet may develop unpleasant breath from infrequent eating. If you don't brush and floss daily, particles of food remain in the mouth, collecting bacteria, which can cause bad breath. Food that collects between the teeth, on the tongue and around the gums can rot, leaving an unpleasant odor. Dry mouth occurs when the flow of saliva decreases. Saliva is necessary to cleanse the mouth and remove particles that may cause odor. Dry mouth may be caused by various medications, salivary gland problems or continuously breathing through the mouth. To***co products cause bad breath, so if you use to***co, ask your dentist for tips on kicking the habit. Bad breath may also be the sign of a medical disorder, such as a local infection in the respiratory tract, chronic sinusitis, postnasal drip, chronic bronchitis, diabetes, gastrointestinal disturbance, liver or kidney ailment.
Bruxism
Bruxism, commonly known as "tooth grinding," is the process of clenching together and the grinding of the upper and lower teeth. During sleep, the biting force of clenched jaws can be up to six times greater than during waking hours.

Bruxism can cause complications over the years:

Wear down tooth enamel
Break fillings or other dental work
Worsening of TMJ dysfunction
Create jaw pain, toothaches, headaches, or earaches
Cause tooth sensitivity
Increase tooth mobility
Can Chip Teeth
There is no cure for bruxism; however, the condition can be managed. The most common procedure to help to alleviate pain and discomfort is a Nightguard.
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Dentists want to get back to work
“One of us has to take off their mask”
“ not me “ says the patient
Dental Arts By Lena
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First day back after mandatory confinement so happy to welcome back our patients and see their happy faces today. Just so you know, we were all smiling underneath all the coverups . Just saying !😊

Welcome to Dental Arts By Lena, a family oriented dental office that provides comfortable, professional, Cosmetic and Restorative dental services to patients of all ages.

Your dental and oral conditions play a key role in your overall health. Our comfortable office features state-of-the art technology for your dental services that are provided with the ultimate care and attention to details in a warm and caring environment.

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Day 4 with the Honduras good works brigade helping the community of
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Honduras good works brigade
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07/04/2022

Happy 4th of July

01/09/2022

A child plays hockey while wearing a mouthguard Dentist Dr. Thomas Long has seen firsthand what can happen when “the puck stops here.” In addition to seeing everyday athletes in his private practice, Dr. Long (a former college hockey player himself) is the team dentist for the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes.

No matter what sport or skill level, Dr. Long says athletes need to take care of their teeth both on and off the field. “Most athletes are careful about what they eat and their workout routine. Part of that routine should include taking care of your mouth and teeth every single day,” he says. "It would be a shame to miss practice or a game because you are in the dentist's office receiving treatment or recovering from a dental surgical procedure.”

Here, Dr. Long shares his playbook for a healthy mouth.

Make a Mouthguard Part of Your Uniform

Helmet? Check. Knee pads? Check. Mouthguard? Check! Mouthguards usually cover your upper teeth and protect your teeth, lips, tongue, face and jaw against injuries, so they need to be part of your uniform in any sport you play.

Wearing a mouthguard regularly becomes second nature. It does not matter what type of mouthguard you choose, just make sure it fits properly. “The athletes I see feel better when they start wearing them, and they feel a little naked without them after they get used to them,” Dr. Long says

In fact, many sports won’t let you play without one. Dr. Long says USA Hockey requires all youth players to wear a mouthguard. “The referees have to be able to see it, and it has to be colored,” he says. “I think that’s a great idea.”

Sideline Sugary Sports Drinks

If you need to quench your thirst, reach for water instead of a sports drink. “People are trying to rehydrate, but there may be a lot of sugar in those drinks,” Dr. Long says.

The bacteria in your mouth will use the sugar from your sports drink to produce an acid that weakens the hard outer shell of your teeth, which may increase your risk for cavities over time.

In his experience with the Hurricanes, Dr. Long says he doesn’t often see professional athletes drinking sports drinks. “Their diets are so well-managed they just don’t have a lot of sugar,” he says. “They make their own sports drinks, and they’re more high-protein shakes than sugary sports drinks.”

Brush, Floss, Rinse, Repeat

Practice makes perfect when you’re mastering the skills of any sport, so do the same with your daily dental habits. Dr. Long says an unhealthy tooth is more likely to be damaged if a sports injury happens. “A tooth that has had a lot of decay and a lot of fillings is nowhere near as strong as a tooth that has not had decay and has not had a lot of fillings,” he says.

Keep your smile strong by brushing twice a day for two minutes and flossing once a day. Then, in the home stretch of your daily dental routine, use an ADA-Accepted mouthwash.

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10/30/2021

Amazing !

“When pregnant, the cells of the baby migrate into the mothers bloodstream and then circle back into the baby, it’s called “fetal-maternal microchimerism”.⁠

For 41 weeks, the cells circulate and merge backwards and forwards, and after the baby is born, many of these cells stay in the mother’s body, leaving a permanent imprint in the mothers tissues, bones, brain, and skin, and often stay there for decades. Every single child a mother has afterwards will leave a similar imprint on her body, too.

Even if a pregnancy doesn't go to full term or if you have an abortion, these cells still migrate into your bloodstream.

Research has shown that if a mother's heart is injured, fetal cells will rush to the site of the injury and change into different types of cells that specialize in mending the heart.

The baby helps repair the mother, while the mother builds the baby.

How cool is that?

This is often why certain illnesses vanish while pregnant.

It’s incredible how mothers bodies protect the baby at all costs, and the baby protects & rebuilds the mother back - so that the baby can develop safely and survive.

Think about crazy cravings for a moment. What was the mother deficient in that the baby made them crave?

Studies have also shown cells from a fetus in a mothers brain 18 years after she gave birth. How amazing is that?”

If you’re a mom you know how you can intuitively feel your child even when they are not there….Well, now there is scientific proof that moms carry them for years and years even after they have given birth to them.

I find this to be so very beautiful.

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Spring has arrived at the Dental Office

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Winter Wonderland at your dentist

02/17/2021

Happy Snow week in Austin February 2021.
For our patients safety and ours, our dental office is closed till the end of this week. If all is better we will resume back the week of February 22, 2021.
Please stay safe.

Dr Salha and Team

01/30/2021

Your dentist did IT😊

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759 10/03/2020

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759

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Bad Breath
What you eat affects the air you exhale. Certain foods, such as garlic and onions, contribute to objectionable breath odor. Once the food is absorbed into the bloodstream, it is transferred to the lungs, where it is expelled. The odors will continue until the body eliminates the food. People who diet may develop unpleasant breath from infrequent eating. If you don't brush and floss daily, particles of food remain in the mouth, collecting bacteria, which can cause bad breath. Food that collects between the teeth, on the tongue and around the gums can rot, leaving an unpleasant odor. Dry mouth occurs when the flow of saliva decreases. Saliva is necessary to cleanse the mouth and remove particles that may cause odor. Dry mouth may be caused by various medications, salivary gland problems or continuously breathing through the mouth. To***co products cause bad breath, so if you use to***co, ask your dentist for tips on kicking the habit. Bad breath may also be the sign of a medical disorder, such as a local infection in the respiratory tract, chronic sinusitis, postnasal drip, chronic bronchitis, diabetes, gastrointestinal disturbance, liver or kidney ailment.

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759 Austin, Texas Dentist, Dr. Lena Salha is dedicated to family dentistry such as Exams, Teeth Whitening, Veneers and more.

10/03/2020

Bruxism
Bruxism, commonly known as "tooth grinding," is the process of clenching together and the grinding of the upper and lower teeth. During sleep, the biting force of clenched jaws can be up to six times greater than during waking hours.

Bruxism can cause complications over the years:

Wear down tooth enamel
Break fillings or other dental work
Worsening of TMJ dysfunction
Create jaw pain, toothaches, headaches, or earaches
Cause tooth sensitivity
Increase tooth mobility
Can Chip Teeth
There is no cure for bruxism; however, the condition can be managed. The most common procedure to help to alleviate pain and discomfort is a Nightguard.

Dentists Are Seeing an Epidemic of Cracked Teeth. What’s Going On? 09/09/2020

Dentists Are Seeing an Epidemic of Cracked Teeth. What’s Going On?

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Dentists Are Seeing an Epidemic of Cracked Teeth. What’s Going On?
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/08/well/live/dentists-tooth-teeth-cracks-fractures-coronavirus-stress-grinding.html?referringSource=articleShare

Dentists Are Seeing an Epidemic of Cracked Teeth. What’s Going On? When I reopened my dental practice in early June, the tooth fractures started coming in: at least one a day, every single day that I’ve been in the office.

Respiratory PPE, dry mouth, and COVID-19: Why you need to know your own CAMBRA score 07/10/2020

Respiratory PPE, dry mouth, and COVID-19: Why you need to know your own CAMBRA score

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Respiratory PPE, dry mouth, and COVID-19: Why you need to know your own CAMBRA score As health-care professionals are wearing respiratory PPE to care of others, their own risk of caries, erosion, and fungal infections has risen exponentially. Understand your own risk and the products you use.

05/14/2020

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Dentists want to get back to work
“One of us has to take off their mask”
“ not me “ says the patient

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First day back after mandatory confinement so happy to welcome back our patients and see their happy faces today. Just so you know, we were all smiling underneath all the coverups . Just saying !😊

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Welcome back on our « first day «
of the “new normal” ready to take care of your smiles! 😁

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759 05/08/2020

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759

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YES we are open and we certainly miss You 🌸
May 11th is our official start date.
We are ready to resume work and help you keep your pretty smile. We can hardly wait to see you. All is in order following all the protocol put out by the American Dental Association and CDC to help us help you stay safe and healthy.
Keep smiling 😁 see you soon 🎈🌸

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759 Austin, Texas Dentist, Dr. Lena Salha is dedicated to family dentistry such as Exams, Teeth Whitening, Veneers and more.

05/03/2020

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Even the squirrel can hardly wait to hear back from our patients and dental 🦷team very soon 😁 Tuesday May 12th, 2020🎈

04/29/2020

Good News to all our patients and friends.
Yes we are getting ready to open and start again seeing all of you very soon.
As we all are aware, our Governor is wanting to open Texas back as of May 1st.

We are still however making sure we have in place all the necessary implementations and recommendations from the CDC and the American Dental Association.
We should be ready to go in full swing starting May 11th.

If my dental team and I are safe we can help you stay safe during this very difficult pandemic we are going through.

Stay safe and healthy everyone looking forward to seeing you soon 😁 Keep smiling 🎈🌸

02/15/2020

Yes, I will be singing with the Grammy winner Conspirare choir and the Austin Symphony,
The Great work of Beethoven Symphony No.9
On May 15 and 16 at the Long Center in Austin Texas.

Doctors Now Prescribing Music Therapy for Heart Ailments, Brain Dysfunction, Learning Disabilities, Depression, PTSD, Alzheimers, Childhood Development and More - Didge Project 11/20/2019

Doctors Now Prescribing Music Therapy for Heart Ailments, Brain Dysfunction, Learning Disabilities, Depression, PTSD, Alzheimers, Childhood Development and More - Didge Project

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Doctors Now Prescribing Music Therapy for Heart Ailments, Brain Dysfunction, Learning Disabilities, Depression, PTSD, Alzheimers, Childhood Development and More - Didge Project Music has proven time and again to be an important component of human culture and is now being seen as music therapy in many medical environments.

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759 11/03/2019

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759

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Sugar was only discovered by western Europeans as a result of the Crusades in the 11th Century AD. Crusaders returning home talked of this "new spice" and how pleasant it was. The first sugar was recorded in England in 1099.

Austin Dentist | Lena Salha DDS | Family Dentistry Austin TX 78759 Austin, Texas Dentist, Dr. Lena Salha is dedicated to family dentistry such as Exams, Teeth Whitening, Veneers and more.

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Batman is getting Crowned today 😊

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Iron-Deficiency Anemia: What Dental Hygienists Need to Know - Today's RDH 09/30/2019

Iron-Deficiency Anemia: What Dental Hygienists Need to Know - Today's RDH

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Iron-Deficiency Anemia: What Dental Hygienists Need to Know - Today's RDH Every cell in the human body contains iron. Yet, there are only about 4 grams (less than a teaspoon) present in the entire body. Iron’s main role is to transport oxygen throughout the body, and it’s a key player in energy metabolism.2 While liver (with or without onions) may remain the poster-ch...

09/13/2019

SCIENTISTS FIGURED OUT HOW TO REGROW TEETH
THIS COULD REVOLUTIONIZE DENTISTRY.
BY DAN ROBITZSKI / SEPTEMBER 03 2019
A team of scientists says that it’s finally figured out how to regrow tooth enamel, a development that could totally upend dental care.

Normally, tooth enamel doesn’t grow back once it breaks or wears away — which is why dentists currently resort to plugging the gaps with artificial fillings. But researchers from China’s Zhejiang University and Jiujiang Research Institute developed a gel that they say can help mouse teeth regrow enamel within 48 hours, according to research published last week in the journal Science Advances.

There’s a long way to go before the gel can be used in human medicine, but it’s a promising sign that regenerative dentistry could someday heal tooth decay.

This isn’t the first attempt to trick teeth into regenerating lost enamel: scientists have already developed vaccines and used stem cells that force lab mice and rats’ teeth to regrow themselves. The new gel was also tested in mice, The Independent reports, but also regrew enamel in previously-removed human teeth.

The problem is that natural-grown enamel is 400 times thicker than that grown with assistance from the new gel, according to The Independent. So it’s a start, but fillings will still be the more useful option for people with cavities for the foreseeable future.

After its ongoing tests on mice, the team of scientists plans to actually test the gel on people, tracking how the new enamel holds up as they go about their day, eating, drinking, and chewing.

13 Health Benefits of Coffee, Based on Science 07/20/2019

13 Health Benefits of Coffee, Based on Science

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13 Health Benefits of Coffee, Based on Science Coffee is the biggest source of antioxidants in the diet. It has many health benefits, such as improved brain function and a lower risk of serious diseases.

Charcoal Toothpaste: Deactivates Fluoride, Abrasive, and Some May Contain Carcinogens - Today's RDH 07/01/2019

Charcoal Toothpaste: Deactivates Fluoride, Abrasive, and Some May Contain Carcinogens - Today's RDH

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Charcoal Toothpaste: Deactivates Fluoride, Abrasive, and Some May Contain Carcinogens - Today's RDH Charcoal toothpastes are gaining popularity across the globe. From Southeast Asia to the West Coast of the United States, a growing number of patients are asking their dental hygienists about charcoal toothpaste. Responding to these inquiries is not always easy because savvy marketing tactics and so...

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Spring at
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Video: How to Beat Bad Breath 02/25/2019

Video: How to Beat Bad Breath

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Video: How to Beat Bad Breath How can you beat the stink? Freshen up on a few facts about halitosis.

Video: Stop Bad Breath 02/25/2019

Video: Stop Bad Breath

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Video: Stop Bad Breath Are people offended by your dumpster breath? Here are five ways to freshen your mouth.

Slideshow: 15 Common Dental Problems and Tooth Diseases 01/14/2019

Slideshow: 15 Common Dental Problems and Tooth Diseases

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Slideshow: 15 Common Dental Problems and Tooth Diseases These tooth problems -- including chipped teeth, cracked teeth, impacted teeth, hyperdontia, cavities, and stained teeth -- can be fixed. This WebMD slideshow explains.

Slideshow: How to Keep Your Liver Healthy 10/29/2018

Slideshow: How to Keep Your Liver Healthy

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Slideshow: How to Keep Your Liver Healthy Your liver helps break down every single thing you put into your body. That includes toxins that could hurt you. WebMD guides you to the best way to take care of this essential organ.

Timeline photos 10/13/2018

7.000 Studies Confirm Turmeric Can Change Your Life: Here Are 7 Amazing Ways To Use It 10/13/2018

7.000 Studies Confirm Turmeric Can Change Your Life: Here Are 7 Amazing Ways To Use It

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7.000 Studies Confirm Turmeric Can Change Your Life: Here Are 7 Amazing Ways To Use It Rightfully named “The Golden Spice”, turmeric is one of the most popular spices around the world. Frequently used in the Asian cuisine, turmeric has been used for quite a long time for its medicinal benefits as well. It may also be mentioned in the Bible, as many experts think that the “gold.....

Scientists Explain What Happens To Your Body When You Drink Coffee Every Day 10/13/2018

Scientists Explain What Happens To Your Body When You Drink Coffee Every Day

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Scientists Explain What Happens To Your Body When You Drink Coffee Every Day What happens with your body if you drink coffee every day?

A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research — Business Insider 10/07/2018

A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research — Business Insider

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A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research — Business Insider A recent study showed that 23% of all people of slim to average weight are still likely to become overweight or even obese in the course of their lives. Many people of low to average weight are under the false impression that their weight is indicative of their health. According to a study by the Am...

This video of a freshly removed human brain is fascinating to watch 09/09/2018

This video of a freshly removed human brain is fascinating to watch

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This video of a freshly removed human brain is fascinating to watch This is absolutely incredible!

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