1. Caring For Your Gums Is More Important Than You Might Think

    When it comes right down to it, the truth is that our teeth get quite a bit of attention. In many instances, brushing and flossing are focused on getting our teeth as clean as possible, and that’s not a bad thing! It’s just that caring for your gums sort of gets lost in the process. Unfortunately, neglecting care for your gums leads to gum disease, also known as gingivitis. The numbers are ala…Read More

  2. What You Need to Know About Flossing

    When it comes to your flossing technique, are you certain that you’re doing it right? It’s the thing that many people worry about when they go to the dentist for their cleanings twice a year. It’s almost inevitable that the dental hygienist will say, “So how often are you flossing?” You consider for a moment or two how to answer, wondering if you should say, “Oh, every single day,” o…Read More

  3. Are You Brushing Too Hard?

    Plaque sticks to your teeth like crazy, so it only makes sense that you’d need to brush super hard to get rid of it all, right? Unfortunately not. In reality, many people out there are simply brushing their teeth too hard. We can understand the logic behind wanting to scrub away the stuff on your teeth that are causing them harm. After all, that’s what you do when something is stuck to your di…Read More

  4. What To Expect From Your Dental Visit

    Many people have negative feelings about going to the dentist’s office. This could be due to some anxiety you feel because of a negative experience in the past or perhaps the sterile environment just makes you feel uncomfortable. Regardless of why you dislike going to the dentist for a cleaning, it’s something that needs to be done. That is why we want to walk you through what a typical teeth …Read More

  5. Tips For A Healthier Smile

    We give people advice on how to best care for their teeth every day at Corsi Dental Associates. However, there are some tricks that we don’t necessarily disclose to everyone, as most people are satisfied with the normal “brush and floss” talk. Below you can discover just a few ways you can increase your overall oral hygiene in your daily life and not just when you are doing your routine brus…Read More

  6. 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

  7. Fluoride & Whether You Need It

    You probably know that fluoride is meant to protect your teeth how exactly does it do that and does it actually work? There are many misconceptions about fluoride and whether it is even a necessity for someone to have healthy teeth. This has been widely debated by those in the dental industry which has led to many people remaining unsure of whether fluoride is needed or not. Fluoride is a naturall…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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