1. How Is Stress Affecting Your Teeth?

    By the time you are in your adult years, you likely have a pretty good indication of how to take care of your teeth in an effective manner. You brush, you floss, you see your dentist. In fact, you could be doing every possible thing you can think of to make sure that your oral health remains in good condition. After all, you only have one set of teeth and it’s important to care for them as well …Read More

  2. How To Get Your Children To Brush Their Teeth

    Kids are tough to get to listen a lot of the time and a parent will tell you there is nothing their child does not like to do more than brush their teeth. However, as this is something necessary every child (and adult for that matter) should be doing, you need to know how to get your kiddo in the habit of having good oral hygiene. Below you can discover just a few ways to get your child excited to…Read More

  3. Your Filling Or Crown Came Out

    Oh No! Your Filling Or Crown Fell Out! What Now?

    While it may not be something you ever expect to happen, losing a crown or a filling is not all that uncommon. In fact, a filling or a crown can fall out for a number of reasons such as chewing on hard foods or saliva simply breaking down the bonding over a period of time. You can also lose a crown or a filling by having decay occur in the tooth where it is housed. The loss of support in the tooth…Read More

  4. How Your Smile Can Change Your Life

    It’s our opinion that those who smile more are just happier in general. After all, having a smile that you are proud to show off allows you to have even more confidence than you already do. With confidence comes new friendships, promotions and much more. Right now, you may feel okay about your smile, but undoubtedly there is plaque and stains that keep you from feeling great about showing off yo…Read More

  5. The Warning Signs of Gum Disease

    When people think of having a disease that affects their teeth, they often imagine they will come with excruciating pain and very obvious side effects. When it comes to periodontal disease, this is not the case, however. This is why so many people have no idea they are suffering from gum disease have no idea they have it until they visit a dentist, normally after an extended absence. What little s…Read More

  6. How To Raise your kids to have good oral hygiene habits

    How To Raise Your Kids To Have Good Oral Hygiene Habits

    If you are a parent, you probably are extremely familiar with how difficult it can be to get your child to agree to brush their teeth. It seems that every single night and every single morning there is a whole song and dance that must take place before your child will finally take a minute or two to take care of their teeth. The good news is that this is an uphill battle that nearly every parent h…Read More

  7. It’s Time For Oral Spring Cleaning

    Now that it’s March, you are probably thinking about all the great things you will be able to do soon when the warm weather returns. One of the plans you may not be making is taking better care of your smile. While it might not be on your honey-do list, it is something you should really get done while you’re cleaning up your home and any other messy aspects of your life. Below you can uncover …Read More

  8. Are Two Annual Dentist Trips Doing the Trick?

    It has been common knowledge for decades that it is recommended you visit your dentist twice a year for a bi-annual checkup. This allows for you to know whether or not your oral hygiene is up to par and whether your teeth, gums and the rest of your mouth is in good condition. However, just as standard oral health habits are not fitting to everyone, neither is this predetermined schedule for dental…Read More

  9. Don’t Chip A Tooth This Summer!

    One of the first things that people notice about you upon an introduction is likely your smile. A beautiful white smile can make quite the lasting impression; so the last thing you want is a chipped tooth ruining it. Seeing as how teeth are the strongest part of the human body, you wouldn’t think you would have to worry about them breaking. However, teeth chip much more often than you probably k…Read More

  10. The Connection Between Oral Health & Overall Health

    Hey, guess what? What if we told you that your oral health doesn’t matter one bit? That’s right, you might as well throw away your floss and your toothbrush and begin your rinsing your mouth with soda every morning. Everything we have ever told you about how to take care of your mouth is just baloney. Okay, okay...APRIL FOOLS! Of course, your oral hygiene matters. And while you may have heard …Read More