Bad breath can ruin anyone’s confidence. Whether you’re out on the town or working in an office, bad breath affects how much other people want to interact with you. Read our blog post to learn what causes bad breath and how you can combat it.
Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. In its early stages, you might only notice mild symptoms. When it progresses, gum disease can have serious consequences. Read our blog post for everything you need to know about gum disease.
Most of the work to achieve a healthy smile comes from you, not your dentist! While oral hygiene is very important, another key to a healthy smile is your diet. To help you make teeth-friendly choices, read our blog post for five foods to avoid for a healthy smile.
Protein shakes and protein powders can be a fantastic supplement for those who are working out and trying to gain muscle. But it’s important to closely evaluate the ingredients label of your protein shake or protein powder. Read our blog post to learn more!
An abscessed tooth is the result of an untreated bacterial infection. Infection causes a buildup of pus and debris underneath the gums on or near the root of a tooth. Read our blog post to learn about warning signs of an abscessed tooth, causes, treatment, and prevention!
The secret to a perfect smile? It may be as simple as preventative dentistry. If you commit to taking great care of your teeth, you’ll have much better luck with your oral health in the long run than you otherwise would. Read our blog post to learn more about preventative techniques and how they’ll benefit you.
Nobody likes pain, but it isn’t all bad. It tells you that something is wrong, so you can get help. Pain in your teeth can be scary and it isn’t always clear why it’s happening. Check out our blog post where we discuss whether or not tooth pain should be considered a dental emergency.
Gum disease is very common, but if untreated, it can have serious consequences. Read our blog post to learn about the potential health problems caused by gum disease.
There are so many reasons to floss your teeth, no matter how much you dislike doing it. At Edgewater Dental Arts, your oral health is our passion. Come see us today for a 6-month cleaning and exam. And don’t forget to unwind that floss every day!
When’s the last time you replaced your toothbrush? If you can’t remember that’s probably not the best sign. Many people end up using the same toothbrush for far longer than they should. Check out our blog post for advice on when you should replace your toothbrush.