Toothbrushing Today: The Modern Way

If you haven’t been updated on modern toothbrushing technique, it’s time you were re-educated. As with most things, new information and advanced technology changes what we thought we knew as settled science over the years. So, what you learned as a youth may not be correct anymore. Here is the up-to-date advice on tooth brushing… Read more »

Remineralize Your Teeth for a Healthier Smile

The tooth enamel that covers your teeth is the strongest oral substance you have. Despite its strength, your tooth enamel can become weakened over time and disappear, causing it to be gone forever. Tooth enamel has the ability to strengthen itself through the process of remineralization. While remineralizing tooth enamel is a natural process, you… Read more »

Dental Restorations: Dental Sealants

To help improve a child’s smile, it may be a good idea to put proactive plans in place to guard their teeth. There are several restorations available that can help protect a child’s teeth as they can for adults. Although brushing and flossing are extremely effective for preventing dental damage, oral health care procedures such… Read more »

Celery: Nature’s Toothbrush

Did you know that celery can be great for your oral health? Well, it’s true! Celery is one of the most helpful things you can eat for your mouth, and it’s even been defined as nature’s toothbrush. Find out a little more about this oral superfood by going over this post, and feel free to… Read more »

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 »