Whether you like chocolate peanut butter, fruity hard candy, or chewy sour candy, you may wonder what those sweet treats are doing to your oral health. Read our blog post for a look at the impacts of candy on oral health.
Nothing can crush your confidence like a smile full of yellow teeth. Read our blog post where we explore some of the most common causes of yellowed teeth, and tell you how you can bring them back to bright and brilliant white!
Did you know that February is Gum Disease Awareness Month? Gum disease is almost entirely preventable. Read our blog post where we share the three healthy habits that can reduce your risk for developing gum disease.
It’s tempting to indulge in plenty of delicious treats around the holiday season, but it’s important to be aware that the same foods and drinks that can be damaging to your waistline can also be damaging to your teeth! Check out our blog post where we outline some holiday snacks that can put you at an increased risk for tooth decay.
Brushing, flossing, and regular checkups are the three best ways to protect your teeth from decay. However, there are other ways to keep your teeth in the best shape possible. Read our blog post to learn how dental sealants can help, too.
Dental veneers are a great way to immediately improve the appearance of your smile. They can cover up imperfections like stained teeth, chipped teeth, broken teeth, or spacing issues and result in the smile of your dreams. Read our blog post where we share some information about caring for your dental veneers.
No one wants to think about summer coming to an end, especially your kids! But with a new school year comes new opportunities to form healthy habits that they might have slacked off on during summer break. Check out our blog post for some easy back-to-school dental tips for the whole family to enjoy!
There are many potential causes for toothaches, all which require your attention. Check out our blog post for a look at the causes of toothaches and what you should do if you experience the symptoms.
A lot of people rinse their mouth out thoroughly just after brushing their teeth. But is that the best thing to do? Or are you lessening the effectiveness of your toothpaste by rinsing? Read our blog post where we answer that question, and review best practices for brushing your teeth.
Brushing your teeth is a simple act that can have huge consequences for your health and well-being. Read our blog post where we focus on a common question about toothpaste: is toothpaste made from natural ingredients as effective as conventional toothpaste?