June 30, 2018
Sparkling water drinks are gaining in popularity as a low calorie, low carb, low sugar alternative to drinks like sodas. Even alcoholic beverages are now being made with carbonated water to offer health-conscious alternatives to other mixed drinks. In some cases, the latest “health” fad isn’t always great for your smile or your whole body health. While carbonation can cause beverages to increase in acidity, studies show that carbonated water may not be any worse for your teeth than regular water. In this post, we’ll discuss some important things to remember when choosing your carbonated water and how keeping up with regular at-home hygiene and preventive dentistry visits can help you keep your smile healthy.
June 10, 2017
Drs. Jaclyn Jensen and Tiara Applequist and their team at Renu Dental Care would like to welcome you to our new office! We are now located at 2211 Sahlstrom Drive, Suite A in Crookston. And while we may be in a new office, you’ll still find the same comprehensive and professional dental services are provided for you and your family. Read on to learn more about the dentistry we offer.