For many people, it seems like time is speeding up. Therefore, in an attempt to meet deadlines at work, to fulfill family responsibilities or to meet other obligations, one’s oral health can sometimes take a backseat. Dentists understand all too well what can happen when the mouth, teeth and gums are neglected. Simply put, it can cause mayhem. To prevent this from happening, the month of October has been designated as National Dental Hygiene Month, and the emphasis is on prevention through maintaining excellent dental hygiene and regular visits to a dentist. Read on to get some tips on what you can do at home to protect yourself!
October 15, 2019
September 23, 2019
Your kid’s smile is the most precious thing in the whole wide world. You want to protect it no matter what. Do you know what the best way to do that is? It’s by investing in a dental mouthguard from your children’s dentist. These plastic trays worn over the teeth are the perfect way to protect your little one’s budding smile from injury due to impact during contact sports. Let’s learn a little bit more about mouthguards, including what they do and what types of mouthguards there are.
August 20, 2019
Do you ever feel like you have too many teeth in your mouth? It can make chewing, smiling, and even talking difficult. You may have crowded teeth – a fairly common condition that can be easily fixed. Luckily, your cosmetic dentist offers 3 options to fix this issue. Read on to learn all about your choices.
July 16, 2019
We all know that we need to brush and floss every day to keep our teeth healthy. But is there more to it than that? As it turns out, yes. You should do much more than just brush and floss in order to keep your teeth and gums in good working order. Let’s talk about 4 habits that you should integrate into your daily life to have a good oral health care routine.
June 17, 2019
After our baby teeth fall out, we should be done losing teeth. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Your dentist will try to save a tooth as often as possible, but sometimes the only option is removing it. Don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it sounds! By following these steps for tooth extraction aftercare, you should have no problems with recovery.