It may strike you as a little odd that you should brush your pet’s teeth, but it’s important! Check out our blog post to find out the main reasons why it’s important for you to look after your furry friend’s dental health, just like you would your own.
Flossing is an important part of maintaining strong teeth and healthy gums. It removes plaque buildup, debris, and leftover bacteria. Even though flossing can seem like a nuisance, it truly makes a difference for your smile. Want to learn more? Read our blog post! And contact our dental team today for even more oral care help.
There are so many different products on the market that claim to help improve the look of your smile or health of your teeth. But not all of them are worth trying, and some could even damage your teeth. Read our blog post to find out more. We offer comfortable, high-quality dentistry. Call us today!
Your toothpaste likely has fluoride, and your dentist may have recommended that you receive a fluoride treatment during your last visit. That’s because fluoride is a very important mineral that keeps your teeth healthy. And it doesn’t take much effort to incorporate it in your oral healthcare routine. What Is Fluoride? Fluoride is a mineral… Read more »
If you are an adult living in America, chances are you’ve had a cavity at one time or another. In 2015, the Center for Disease Control released a statement that said 91% of Americans over 20 years old have had cavities at some point in their lives, with 27% of Americans over 20 having untreated… Read more »
If you brush and floss twice daily, you’re already well on your way to preparing for your next dental check-up! There are, however, a few more things that you should do before you see your dentist to make the most out of your next appointment. 1. Know Your Family History Having a detailed record of… Read more »
Has your crooked smile been bothering you for way too long? Do you not like to show your teeth when laughing, smiling for photos, or even talking with friends or strangers? An imperfect smile can negatively impact your self-esteem and confidence, hurting you in ways you may not even realize. Everyone should feel really good… Read more »
Do you hate going to the dentist? Do you put off your dental appointments for years because of the anxiety you feel about having your teeth cleaned or your mouth looked at? Do you let dental issues spiral out of control because you put off appointments for months, or even years, because of your dislike… Read more »
Your oral health is not just important for staying cavity-free. Oral health can be an indicator of your overall health, too. Dental professionals know that there is a synergic relationship, or a closely tied connection, between the health of your teeth and gums and your overall wellness. In fact, one of the most common dental… Read more »
We all know the drill: brush our teeth twice a day for two minutes each time, and floss at least once a day. That’s the best way to ensure that our teeth stay healthy. But should we brush more than that? Can you brush your teeth too much? As it turns out, you just might… Read more »