Category: Dental Health

Could Smiling More Help Your Whole Being?

How often do you find yourself smiling? If it seems like a rarity, either due to stress or fatigue, there are several compelling reasons to consider smiling more often. Many people don’t realize just how comprehensively this simple act can help to improve one’s outlook, confidence, and the impression made on others. If you want… Read more »

Do I Really Need to Go for Annual Dental Cleanings?

In an effort to save money, time or both, have you recently been considering skipping out on your next preventive dental appointment? At times, many people are tempted to forego preventive dentistry, thinking it can’t really be all that necessary if there are no visible problems or comfort-related issues while chewing. Unfortunately, skipping cleanings and… Read more »

Which Is Best for My Dental Health?

Whether you enjoyed great oral health last year or suffered from many dental problems, chances are you started this year with hopes of protecting your dental health. After all, who doesn’t want to enjoy a healthy and beautiful smile? Preventive care isn’t complicated, but it does require that you form some healthy habits at-home. Combined… Read more »

Want to Get a Dental Cavity? Here’s How!

Do you ever think, “Man; I sure wish I could get a cavity?” Probably not. Unfortunately, some studies indicate that more than 90 percent of the adults in America will struggle with tooth decay. Preventive dental care is the best way to protect the teeth from erosion. That said there are some steps that all… Read more »

Got Questions About Your Smile?

Do you find yourself lying awake at night, or frequently hitting Google during the day, in an effort to answer your pressing dental questions? Most people want to do all they can to protect their smiles, but they struggle to understand what preventive care is really key to the smile’s health. Others either feel too… Read more »

Time For A New Toothbrush

The new year is a great time to replace your old toothbrush if you haven’t done it in a while. The American Dental Association recommends that you replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. This of course, depends on how you take care of your toothbrush, how often you use it, and how vigorously… Read more »

Resolutions for Stronger Teeth

It’s time to ring in the new year and that means New Year’s Resolution time for many of us. If you are one of the lucky ones who can stick to your new year changes, more power to you. Statistically, as many as 92% of us don’t keep resolutions past the first week or two…. Read more »

Enjoy Thanksgiving with These Healthy Tips

Now that Thanksgiving is just around the corner, are you a bit worried about whether or not your smile will remain healthy long after the holiday season is over? It can feel tough trying to eat healthy and take care of one’s self, especially as the busy holiday season begins. Fortunately, protecting your smile doesn’t… Read more »

Two Warning Signs It’s Time for Restorative Dentistry

Are you worried that your teeth may have become damaged to the point that they require restorative dentistry? There are actually a number of reasons your smile could be in need of restoration. Injury, chips, cavities, and other problems commonly cause patients to seek restorative dentistry. There are a number of treatment options, as well,… Read more »

Are You Overdue for a Preventive Dental Appointment?

For years, many people grew up being taught that they should visit the dentist at least once a year. Unfortunately, this was a guideline that could actually lead many people to develop dental problems between their preventive visits. Even the modern recommendation that most patients should visit the dentist once every six months is highly… Read more »