Do You Have the Signs of Gum Disease?

Did you know that age increases your odds of gum disease? While teenagers and young adults may find themselves with gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease most often as a result of poor oral hygiene and poor diet, this stage is easily reversible with good dental care. Dental cleanings, along with daily brushing AND… Read more »

Find the Right Flossing Tool and Use It Every Day

Your daily oral hygiene routine is key to a healthy, beautiful smile. Your oral care tools should include an ADA approved toothbrush, toothpaste, interdental flossing cleaner, and a mouthwash (if needed). A flossing tool is important to keep your smile free from tooth decay and gum disease. Flossing is “an important oral hygiene practice” according… Read more »

Information About Aging and Dental Health

Are you aware of what you can do to improve your oral health in the future? Although your teeth will naturally wear down over time, it is possible to strengthen them so they can be successful through a lifetime of wearing and tearing. That is why our office is happy to share some information with… Read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Mouthwash

Due to the sheer number of mouthwash products on the market today, it is important to educate yourself about the differences they can provide. For additional help, you’re welcome to visit or speak with your dentist about product recommendations and suggestions. Once you are well informed about the numerous types of mouthwash, you are much… Read more »

Maintain a Happy Smile with Halitosis Detection Planning

Were you aware that halitosis, also known as bad breath, can be a sign of poor dental health habits including underlying health conditions deep within the body? Even though bad breath often arises from foul odors and bacteria present in your mouth, it is important to visit your dentist for a thorough examination to determine… Read more »

Upgrading Your Oral Health Care for Halloween

With modern technology, keeping your smile at its best has never been easier. However, individuals still end up getting in oral health ruts due to the neglect of their teeth and the oral health care. As Halloween comes around, here are a few guidelines concerning your oral health care: – Cleaning products: Use cleaning products… Read more »

How Age, Trauma and Medicine Can Darken Teeth

Generally powerful and preventive though they may be, every now and then brushing and flossing isn’t enough to fight oral ailments. One such incidence where this is true is teeth whitening. While you can purchase toothpaste with whitening compounds, certain disorders might render this kind of treatment ineffective in whitening your chompers. Here are a… Read more »

Procrastinating Dental Care Can Lead to a Dangerous Toothache

Toothache pain and worsening sensitivity in a single tooth is often an obvious sign of dental distress. It can be particularly alarming if you are also experiencing pain and pressure in the underlying gums. Many of these cases are linked in some way to an untreated cavity that has spread to allow tooth decay to… Read more »

Dental Trauma Can Vary in Severity and the Necessary Treatment Measures

A blow to the face during sports or a household accident can cause trauma to teeth and soft tissues. The severity of the damage to your teeth will influence the treatment measures that Dr. advocates. A chip or minor dental fracture might not cause an immediate discomfort in a tooth. However, you should still have… Read more »

Thoroughly Brush Your Smile by Using Our Secret Scrubbing Tips

As you brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste, it’s important to do all you can to thoroughly scrub each and every tooth. If you’re not careful while brushing, bacteria can threaten and attack your smile. Fortunately, there are little things you can do… Read more »