Buying Your Child the Right Toothbrush

Smart Shopping Guidelines When Buying Your Child’s Next Toothbrush One of the most important tools in your child’s mouth-health arsenal is their toothbrush. Often overlooked and under considered, it is vital that you take the time to buy the right toothbrush for your child. Below are some tips to look for when buying your child’s toothbrush. Bristles [...]

Dental Technology Advances Can Improve Patient Experience

More Comfortable Treatments and Less Time in the Chair: Technology Makes Dentistry Better Advancements in new dental technology offer better solutions for traditional oral health problems than ever before.  The trend in dentistry is utilizing technology to make dentistry more comfortable, durable, efficient and natural-looking for the patient as possible.  Patients and their dentists benefit [...]

Summer Presents Challenges for Kids’ Oral Hygiene

Unfortunately, teens and tweens sometimes take the summer off from oral hygiene, and that makes it harder for kids to stay on top of cavity prevention. Many dentists know that summertime often means more time for kids to drink sodas, eat sticky candy and consume starchy foods like French fries, pizzas and white bread. But [...]

Are Soft Drinks Harmful to Your Teeth?

Sorry to burst your bubble, but the reality is that no matter how refreshing that sweet, fizzy soda (or "pop") tastes, there's a chance it could be doing some damage to your teeth. But with so many products on the market, are they all really that bad for you? Answers to some of your most [...]

5 Ways to Fresher Breath in the Morning

Love waking up to the smell of coffee? Think twice before you reach for a cup! Your daily dose of Joe — and other habits that can easily escape your notice — could be giving you a bad case of morning breath. But fear not! Bad breath, or "halitosis", doesn't have to ruin your day. [...]

Focus on Fillings – When You Need One and Options Available

Fillings Save Teeth, Relieve Discomfort and Make Your Mouth Better First of all, let’s go back to the day you were born. As a newborn baby, there were no harmful bacteria inside of your mouth. As you grew older and became a toddler, bacteria found its way into your mouth. It could have happened when [...]

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