Do you brush your teeth regularly and floss often? If so, did you know that maintaining a great at-home oral hygiene regimen isn’t enough to protect your oral health? Scheduling a routine cleaning and exam every six months is a crucial part of keeping your smile healthy and strong! Take a look at our blog post for all the benefits of regular cleanings and exams at the dentist.
Categories for Dental Hygiene
In our blog post, we share tips to improve your oral hygiene routine at home. Please contact us for more dental care tips!
Check out our blog post to learn about plaque & how to prevent it from causing dental disease.
Read our blog post for tips to fix bad breath. Contact us for more oral healthcare tips!
The holidays are stressful enough, don’t let them wreck your teeth! Check out our blog post for five tips to help ensure your smile stays sparkling through the new year.
With summer over and autumn making itself at home, it means it’s time for Halloween, candy, and holiday treats. You’ve no doubt heard that candy is bad for your teeth, but do you know why exactly? Check out our blog post where we go over the facts.
Gum recession is a gradual process in which your gum slowly pulls back from the tooth over time. While you may not immediately notice gum recession, some of the early warning signs include increased tooth sensitivity and teeth that appear longer. Read our blog post to learn about the common causes of gum recession.
You’ve heard the phrase, long in the tooth. But have you ever thought about the meaning behind it? Read our blog post to learn about this common symptom of aging, and what you can do to protect your teeth as you get older.
So many people use Halloween, Christmas, and Easter as an excuse to sneak sugary treats into their diet. While candy is prevalent at these times, that doesn’t mean you get a pass when it comes to tooth health. Read our blog post for some tooth-friendly Easter candy alternatives.
If you or someone you love needs to get dental sealants, you may be wondering how long they last. Read our blog post to learn about dental sealants, including how long they last if properly cared for.