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How To Remove Plaque and Tartar Buildup

2020-12-21T14:35:34+00:00

Take a guess at how many different bacteria species live inside of the human mouth. There are 700 known species inside your mouth. This may sound scary but some of these microorganisms are beneficial to our oral health as they can prevent tooth decay and create saliva, which aids in breaking down food and [...]

How To Remove Plaque and Tartar Buildup2020-12-21T14:35:34+00:00

The 8 Best Foods to Eat for Healthy Teeth

2020-12-21T14:35:41+00:00

Studies from the Center for Disease Control have found that 90% of adults have experienced some form of tooth decay. Cavities are the most common form of tooth decay that people experience in their lives. They are very common but with good oral health care, they can be avoided. So what can you [...]

The 8 Best Foods to Eat for Healthy Teeth2020-12-21T14:35:41+00:00

How To Choose A Dentist

2020-12-21T14:35:48+00:00

If you are looking for a new dentist for you or your family, we know it can be difficult to find one that meets your needs.  Where do you even start looking? What credentials should they have? Will they work with your insurance provider? Your oral health is the first defense your body has [...]

How To Choose A Dentist2020-12-21T14:35:48+00:00

5 Things You Should Know About Dentures

2020-11-04T17:00:24+00:00

Dentures can be a great way to replace multiple missing teeth. Modern technology has made them better fitting, easier to wear, and more natural looking than ever before. If you are considering getting dentures, though, it is likely that you have some questions about how to care for your dentures. Keep reading to [...]

5 Things You Should Know About Dentures2020-11-04T17:00:24+00:00

6 Ways to Make Dental Hygiene Fun for Kids

2020-07-03T13:38:40+00:00

When it comes to things that keep them in good health, kids are experts at avoiding them. From eating vegetables to going to bed on time, kids are bound to resist the things their parents put in place to take care of them. Dental hygiene is no different! If you are having trouble getting [...]

6 Ways to Make Dental Hygiene Fun for Kids2020-07-03T13:38:40+00:00

8 Best Practices for Healthy Teeth and Gums

2020-06-18T13:41:18+00:00

Everyone knows that brushing your teeth twice a day is important and helps to keep your teeth healthy. Is that enough though? When it comes to creating a good oral hygiene routine, there is more that you can do than just brushing! Brushing is very important, but brushing alone is not enough to keep [...]

8 Best Practices for Healthy Teeth and Gums2020-06-18T13:41:18+00:00

4 Surprising Benefits of Flossing Your Teeth

2020-11-04T17:03:22+00:00

Everyone knows that you have to brush your teeth every day, but how many people also floss every day? Flossing is a step in an oral hygiene routine that often gets neglected, either because people do not think it is as important, or they simply do not like to floss. When it comes [...]

4 Surprising Benefits of Flossing Your Teeth2020-11-04T17:03:22+00:00

5 Tips for Maintaining Your Oral Health During Self-Isolation

2020-11-04T16:58:15+00:00

With social distancing guidelines still in place for the foreseeable future, you likely will not be able to get to the dentist for your regular check-up for a while. Since it is not possible to see your dentist right now, it is extra important for you to take great care of your teeth [...]

5 Tips for Maintaining Your Oral Health During Self-Isolation2020-11-04T16:58:15+00:00

5 Things to Know Before You Whiten Your Teeth

2020-04-28T00:01:29+00:00

Over time, your teeth will become less white, and that is unfortunately unavoidable. As you age, and more so If you drink coffee, tea, or red wine, or use tobacco, your teeth will become stained and may not remain as white as you would like them to be. If you find you would [...]

5 Things to Know Before You Whiten Your Teeth2020-04-28T00:01:29+00:00

Preparing My Child for Their First Dental Checkup

2020-04-13T17:19:17+00:00

How early should my child have their first visit? Studies have shown that children can develop cavities as early as age two, so it is generally recommended that their first appointment is booked as soon as their first tooth erupts. At the latest, your child should go for their first dental checkup by [...]

Preparing My Child for Their First Dental Checkup2020-04-13T17:19:17+00:00
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