A good daily mouth care routine is necessary for your dental health. Brushing your teeth at least twice daily, flossing daily, and using mouthwash is a healthy habit for most people. But is mouthwash necessary? Let’s explore what mouthwash does for you and when you should use it.
Is flossing really necessary? So many people skip flossing on occasion or altogether and recent news reports have cast some doubts on the value of flossing. So, we thought it a good time to address this question here. We believe that flossing is a vital step to a healthy mouth and it is often overlooked. Taking a few extra minutes every day to make sure your mouth is completely clean is worth the effort. Continue reading “Flossing Recommendations for a Healthy Mouth”
Oral health is an important component of an overall healthy lifestyle that extends far beyond the mouth. The way that you treat your teeth will affect how your body treats you. People who do not brush, floss, or swish mouthwash frequently can put themselves at risk for serious oral and other health complications later in life. While hotly debated, poor oral health has even been tied to issues that include heart attacks, diabetes and even strokes. Continue reading “The Importance of Oral Health”
Many adults do not like going to the dentist. However, as anxiety-producing as it can be to sit in that chair, the results of regularly visiting your dentist cannot be beat. It should come as no surprise that the same is true for children.
Ensuring that your kids develop good tooth brushing habits is one of the best preventative measures you can take to ensure the longevity of their teeth. Continue reading “Your Child’s First Trip to the Dentist”
Not only is bad breath embarrassing, but when it’s caused by an underlying dental or oral condition, it can be a difficult problem to fix!
For some, bad breath, also known as halitosis, is a lingering problem that can inhibit a person’s self confidence. Continue reading “Got Bad Breath? Find Out What May Be Causing It & How to Fix It”
Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, made up of water, organic matter and 96% calcium phosphate crystals. Enamel is also free from nerves and blood vessels. For this reason, regeneration and repair is impossible, so it’s important to care for the enamel you have! Caring for your enamel is also important because it acts as an excellent first line of defense against bacteria, acid and other threats to your teeth.
Establishing good dental hygiene at an early age can set your child up for dental success! Even though baby teeth are bound to fall out, it’s still really important that you take steps to brush your child’s teeth (before they are able) and supervise the brushing habits of toddlers and young children.
Regardless of how well you take care of your teeth, at some point in your life you’re likely to experience a toothache. While many toothaches are ultimately tied to tooth decay there are many causes of toothaches. Find out more about what might be causing that pain around, or seemingly “in”, your teeth.
Teeth stains are completely normal! And, luckily, in most cases, a very easy issue to combat.
While gleaming, white teeth are not hard to obtain, everyday foods and other indulgences can make then difficult to maintain. Of course, there are many other factors such as tobacco use and even genetics that can impact the severity of stains adhering to or within your teeth.
If you’re looking to improve your smile, teeth whitening is a safe, effective and reasonably priced option to consider! With whitening options ranging from in-office to in-home, and with various levels of whitening strengths and types of procedures, there are choices for everyone.¹
Learn more about how teeth whitening can help you achieve a whiter, brighter smile along with some of the more popular teeth whitening options available. Continue reading “Teeth Whitening Options”