Partial or complete dentures are an effective way to replace missing teeth. Not only do dentures help you to eat and talk normally, they also restore your smile’s appearance. Read our blog post to learn how to properly care for dentures in order to maximize their lifespan.
It’s easy to remember to brush your teeth every day, but for many people, flossing falls by the wayside. While flossing certainly doesn’t replace brushing, it is a crucial part of the overall dental care routine. Read our blog post to find out why.
Dental plaque is the sticky substance that forms on your teeth and around your gum line from bacteria. Read our blog post to find out how to reduce plaque on your teeth.
Apart from brushing and flossing twice a day, mouthwash can give your oral health care regimen an extra boost. Read our blog post where we take a look at some of the benefits of using mouthwash, along with how to choose a mouthwash that’s best for your smile.
One of the most common dental ailments is gum disease, a progressive disease that affects millions of Americans every year. Read our blog post for ways to help prevent gum disease.
Did you know that your diet plays a large role in your oral health? There are many foods that can wreak havoc on your teeth and cause cavities if consumed too often! Read our blog post to learn more about which foods you should limit in your diet in order to help prevent tooth decay.
Choosing the right toothpaste can make a difference in your oral health. Some toothpaste specializes in helping specific dental problems. Check out our blog post where we review some common toothpaste types and which would be helpful for you.
Although often overlooked, flossing is one of the easiest ways to protect your pearly whites and reduce your risk for cavities and gum disease. If you’re looking to kickstart your flossing habit in 2021, read our blog post to help you decide between conventional dental floss or more advanced tools like the Waterpik.
Gum disease and recession can be very serious, and it can take a toll on your teeth. Read our blog post to find out what to expect if you suffer from gum damage.
Today, people smile big for the camera. But it wasn’t always like that. Read our blog post where we explain the history of smiling and its social impact.