We know that our patients with families keep an eye out for the oral health of each of their family members — and we hope this extends to pets! Check out our blog post for some information to help put you on the path of caring for your pet’s pearly whites.
We don’t like to admit it, but we know that it’s easy to let your routine dental visits slide when you’re not experiencing any issues like tooth pain, But just because you don’t have a glaring sign like that, doesn’t necessarily mean everything is perfect with your teeth. Read our blog post for some signs your teeth might not be as healthy as you think.
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.
Dental mineralization occurs when acid wears away at your enamel, resulting in the loss of minerals. Read our blog post to learn how to prevent dental mineralization. Schedule an appointment so our team can check your enamel!
Oral cancer is a serious disease that can be life-threatening. Read our blog post for information about recognizing and preventing oral cancer. Schedule a consultation with our team to discuss any oral cancer concerns you may have.
Read our blog post to discover the pros and cons of mouthwash. Our expert team can help you decide if you should add mouthwash to your daily oral care routine. Contact us for more information about the latest dental products, tools, and technology to keep your smile healthy!
When you brush your teeth without flossing, you’re only cleaning part of your tooth. Your toothbrush can reach the front, back, and flat surface of your tooth, but what about the sides? That’s where floss comes in. Flossing helps clean the places your toothbrush can’t get to. Read our blog post to learn proper flossing technique. Contact us to learn more!
In the new year, you want to make sure that you are ready to flash a beautiful, healthy smile. We’ve put together some New Year’s resolutions that are not only easy to keep but will also help you maintain great oral health. Read our blog post and don’t forget to visit Edgewater Dental Arts for your routine exam and cleaning. Call us today!
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