Dental Basics for the Holidays

The holidays are here! With all the sugary goodies flying around, it is extra-important to stay on top of your mouth care. Here are some ideas to take care of your teeth and gums through all those holiday parties. Be Aware of the Foods You Eat: Don’t just snack on sugary treats throughout the day. Eat a treat or two,... read more »

Dental Fundamentals Work Together to Help Your Smile

Brushing your teeth is a major part of good oral hygiene. However, it isn’t the only thing that helps keep your mouth clean. Here are three other things that can assist your brushing efforts. Floss: Flossing is vital to your continued oral health. It clears out the plaque and bacteria from in between the teeth, where cavities would otherwise develop.... read more »

How to Remineralize Your Teeth

Did you know that your enamel is the strongest substance in your mouth? But even though your enamel is strong, it can weaken over time. And once your enamel is gone, it’s gone forever--but your enamel can strengthen itself through a process known as remineralization. Fortunately, while remineralization is a natural process, there are a few things you can consider... read more »

Tips to Keep Your Oral Health Strong

Do you wonder if there is anything you could do to keep your mouth—or your child’s mouth—stronger? Also, do you know what might help with you improve your oral health? If you are interested in answers to questions such as these, we have good news: there probably is something you can do. For example, did you know that eating the... read more »

Keep Your Teeth Strong as You Age

You probably know that you should care for your smile to avoid problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and even bad breath, but did you know that caring for your smile now can ensure a better future? You’ve probably heard that teeth weaken as you age, but did you know they aren’t meant to? In fact, your teeth are incredibly... read more »

Is a Dental Bridge Right for You?

Do you have any missing teeth? If so, do you wonder what restoration could be best for your smile? If you are missing a few consecutive teeth, a dental bridge or dentures could be the best option for you. Do you know what the difference between these two restoration options are? One significant difference is that dentures can replace entire... read more »

Common Brushing Missteps

Everyone wants to have—and keep— a beautiful, and we all understand that there are a few things we have to do to maintain one. We all understand that it’s important to go to a dentist regularly and to brush and floss every day. Unfortunately, many people don’t know how to their teeth as effectively as possible? To help you maintain... read more »