Facts About Cavities

No one likes cavities. They can cause pain, discomfort, and lead to other problems such as tooth loss and gum disease. However, luckily there is a way to treat cavities and prevent them from ever forming. With tooth decay thriving with all the sugary sweets and drinks within our grasp, it’s easy to forget proper… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Basics: Teeth Cleaning for a Healthy Mouth

If you wish to have a strong, healthy, and successful smile, oral hygiene is vital. Your oral hygiene routine will keep your teeth, gums, and oral bones in tip-top shape as you chew, bite, and eat every day, and we strongly recommend including the following steps in your routine: • Brush your teeth: Brush your… Read more »

How Can I Care for My Sensitive Teeth?

Having sensitive teeth can be extremely inconvenient and painful, especially when eating and drinking your favorite foods and drinks, but there are many things you can do to change that, and we are happy to tell you all about them! If you do the following, you will have a good chance of soothing your tooth… Read more »

6 Ways to Keep Your Toothbrush Clean

Today our team is going to give you six ways you can care for your toothbrush at home to help keep your teeth healthy and clean for years to come. Rinse your toothbrush immediately after brushing. This will help remove any remaining toothpaste, food or saliva that tends to linger after brushing your teeth. When… Read more »

Words of Advice From Your Dentist

As a patient, you probably have a lot of questions for your dentist. But have you ever wondered how many questions and/or comments your doctor has for you? Here are five things dentists around the country say they want to say to their patients as they are working on their mouths: You probably aren’t brushing… Read more »

Why Do We Have Baby Teeth?

If your child is losing their baby teeth and starting to grown permanent ones, you may find yourself wondering why we have baby teeth in the first place if they’re just going to fall out. However, baby teeth are actually very important for oral health over a lifetime. Baby teeth, also known as primary teeth,… Read more »

The Hidden Dental Powers of Chewing Gum

Studies have shown that chewing sugarless gum for twenty minutes following meals has been correlated with preventing tooth decay. The reasoning behind this theory is that chewing gum produces saliva, which washes away food and bacteria, preventing that food and bacteria from forming plaque on your teeth and ruining the enamel. There is a catch,… Read more »