You brush your teeth at least twice every day, but how often do you brush your tongue? If the answer is never, it’s time to change that. Read our blog post to learn why you should be taking better care of your tongue, and how you can.
If you’re looking for the secret to strong, healthy teeth, look no further than this blog post. Read on for our top tips to keep your smile sturdy and strong, naturally.
In today’s market, there are more options than ever when it comes to your dental cleaning supplies. Toothpastes in every flavor. Manual and electric toothbrushes. And there are even choices to make when it comes to how you want to get your flossing done: using the traditional dental floss or tape, or going for something like a water pick. Read our blog post to see if water picks are worth the extra cost over traditional dental floss.
You don’t have to know much about dentistry to know that a dead tooth is not something you want to deal with. We admit, the name is a bit frightening! But knowledge is power and we think it’s better to be informed about what the condition actually is. Read our blog post to learn about causes, symptoms and treatment.
There have been plenty of beneficial changes to dentistry over the years. However, our patients occasionally ask us about dental fads that can be harmful. Read our blog post for a closer look at dangerous dental fads. We want to help you avoid accidentally damaging your teeth in pursuit of a perfect smile.
For most of us, dry mouth is a relatively rare inconvenience. For some, however, frequent dry mouth can be a painful condition that leads to other health problems. Read our blog post to help you decide whether the dry mouth you experience is normal or if it’s something you should discuss with us.
Every day, thousands of Americans decide that they’re sick of living with stained or discolored teeth that cause them to hide their smiles out of embarrassment. Read our blog post to learn about teeth whitening options to fit your budget and lifestyle.
The Center for Disease Control estimates that half of Americans have periodontal disease. Read our blog post to learn about gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease. We discuss causes, treatment and prevention.
The toothbrush has evolved quite impressively over the last few thousand years, from chewing sticks to brushes made of hogs hair to the nylon ones we find on our fancy manual and electric toothbrushes we use today. Read our blog post about a new trend in the toothbrush world: silicone toothbrush heads.
We’re always looking for natural sugar alternatives that our patients can turn to when they need to satisfy a sweet tooth. Read our blog post for some of the benefits of honey and ways to protect yourself from tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health problems.