Kids can be stubborn, so if a kid doesn’t care about their oral health, it’s challenging to help them change. As a parent, getting your kid to care is one of the best things you can do for them, as their dental hygiene now has a big impact on their health in the future. Check out our blog post for three ways to get your kids to care about dental hygiene.
When it comes to strong and healthy teeth, fluoride is a little bit like a secret weapon. It might fly under the radar most of the time, but it’s a key part of fighting tooth decay, protecting tooth enamel, and preserving your pearly whites. Read our blog post to learn more about why and how often you should use fluoride.
There are few things worse than walking into an important meeting and realizing that you have bad breath. To help you avoid this fate, read our blog post where we focus on some of the causes and treatments for bad breath.
Do you experience an uncomfortable sensation when your teeth come in contact with hot or cold temperatures, or when you brush your teeth? Chances are you have sensitive teeth. Read our blog post for ways to treat sensitive teeth and also improve your oral health.
Bone loss is one of the most extreme consequences of poor oral health. Although it sounds scary, there are some options to treat bone loss in the mouth. Read our blog post to learn about bone loss and treatment options.
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.