There are many afflictions that can affect the health and function of our teeth. That’s why oral hygiene is so important! Whether it’s smiling at an acquaintance or biting into a delicious meal, our teeth are used for so many purposes.
To keep your smile healthy and your teeth strong it’s important to follow a regular brushing and flossing routine. Continue reading “Periodontal Disease”
Tooth discoloration can happen naturally over time as food and drinks create stains on and within our teeth. If you’re smiling less because of this discoloration, teeth whitening is a simple, straightforward procedure that you can embrace that will give you a more confident smile and return your teeth to their original brilliance. Continue reading “How Does Teeth Whitening Work?”
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.
Continue reading “Tooth Enamel 101”
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.
Continue reading “Developing Healthy Dental Habits for Kids”
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.
Continue reading “What is Causing Your Toothache?”
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.
Continue reading “The Many Causes Of Teeth Stains”
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”
We all like the look of clean, sparkling white teeth. But, realistically, the brightest and whitest teeth may not be achievable for everyone. Before you begin a tooth whitening regimen or undergo a laser whitening treatment, such as Zoom Whitening, it’s important to temper your whitening expectations so that you that the outcome is aligned with a reasonable whitening potential based on your current oral health, existing dental work and/or habits. Continue reading “Teeth Whitening Expectations”
Saving money when it comes to dental care is about preparation. Knowing what to plan for, knowing what to look out for, and when and how much to spend on recommended care. To lend a helping hand, we thought we’d lay out a few simple ways for you to stay on top of your game when it comes to keeping your kids in good health, and your hard-earned money where it belongs – in your pocket!
Continue reading “Tips for Saving On Your Kids’ Dental Expenses”
Teeth whitening treatments, including in-home whitening trays or strips and laser whitening treatments such as Zoom whitening, can cause high levels of teeth sensitivity or pain for some people. Usually, people with sensitivity to teeth whitening will experience discomfort or pain during whitening treatments or in the minutes, hours or days following a specific treatment. Continue reading “Reducing Pain and Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening Treatments”