1. Increased Fluoride Might With Chronic Tooth Sensitivity

    You wouldn’t know it by looking at your tooth, your tooth enamel is microscopically porous. The acid in your mouth produced by certain foods and beverages can increase the size of those openings. Poor oral hygiene can contribute to this condition. As your tooth enamel becomes demineralized, the d…Read More

  2. Want a Healthier Smile? Floss!

    We know that brushing teeth is the basis for good oral hygiene. But do you put enough focus on flossing? Flossing should be a lifelong companion to brushing your teeth. It is similar to brushing, as it removes plaque and food particles. However, flossing removes plaque and debris from places your b…Read More

  3. What to Do in the Event of an Oral Emergency

    One of the greatest risks that can occur to your smile is that of an oral emergency. Oral emergencies, also called dental emergencies, can occur to anyone with any oral hygiene level, and can often leave your smile in disrepair. Fortunately, most emergencies can be effectively treated quickly. Howe…Read More

  4. What’s In My Toothpaste?

    Toothpaste has a long history; some evidence points to it being used in ancient Egypt. Egyptians would mix powdered rock and vinegar to make a paste, and use it on their teeth. Of course, today’s toothpaste works (and tastes!) much better. Here are some common components of modern toothpaste. Abr…Read More

  5. Chew Gum to Help Your Teeth

    You may not know, but you have an unexpected ally in your battle against plaque and tooth decay: chewing gum. That’s right! Chewing gum for 20 minutes after you eat has been proven to help reduce your risk of getting cavities. The key is a very simple substance your body has for protecting your m…Read More

  6. A Bad Filling Could Gradually Cause a Toothache

    A small cavity, dental fracture, or area of dental attrition can sometimes be repaired with a simple amalgam or composite resin dental filling. This will repair and replace the compromised area of tooth enamel with an alternate dental material. If you struggle to maintain a consistent daily oral hy…Read More

  7. What Do You Know about Brushing Your Teeth?

    Rescue your smile with improved oral hygiene habits. Although you may be doing everything you can to keep your teeth and gums clean, slight changes in your routine can lead to amazing results. Even switching out your toothbrush regularly can impact your oral health. Because brushing your teeth is s…Read More

  8. Smelly Breath No More

    If you’re tired of your bad breath embarrassing you, you should be happy to know that the solution is simple. By adhering to a strong dental hygiene routine, you can kiss bad breath goodbye. Answer the five questions below to assess the state of your breath: Do you rinse with mouthwash often? Usi…Read More

  9. Periodontitis Can Impact Your Oral and Medical Health

    Periodontal disease is often the result of an inadequate or inconsistent daily oral hygiene routine. This allows food particles and plaque to harden into calculus. Other factors, such as tobacco use and alcohol consumption or a condition like dry mouth, can escalate the problem. Periodontal disease…Read More