Month: April 2015

5 Reasons to Visit the Dentist Twice a Year

As long as you brush your teeth twice a day and remember to floss, you may think there’s no reason to visit the dentist. Wrong! Just because you’re keeping up with your at-home dental hygiene routine and not experiencing a toothache doesn’t mean you should be skipping your twice-yearly dental check-ups and cleanings. Appointments with… Read more »

Avoid These 10 Foods to Prevent Tooth Decay

We all know that a healthy diet contributes greatly to our internal health and physical fitness, but did you consider how your diet impacts your dental health too? Tooth decay and gum disease are the most common diseases amongst adults, and your overall well-being is compromised when disease develops (and worsens) in your mouth. Fortunately,… Read more »

Why You Should Replace Your Missing Teeth

Are you missing one or more teeth? Advanced tooth decay, an accident or a unique circumstance can lead to unnatural tooth loss or required tooth extraction. Gaps in your smile are left behind after your teeth have been removed. All your teeth are important, because they work together to support your essential daily functions, such… Read more »

7 Easy Steps for a Brighter, Whiter Smile

Your smile is often the first thing people see and notice about you. Is your smile leaving a good impression? If your teeth have become stained, discolored, or yellowed, then your smile may be giving the impression that you do not have good oral hygiene. No one wants that! Don’t be ashamed to smile because… Read more »

8 Easy Ways to Prevent Tooth Decay & Gum Disease

Tooth decay and gum disease are the most prevalent dental diseases amongst both children and adults. They are also two of the most easily prevented diseases. Tooth decay starts with the erosion of your tooth enamel and leads to holes in your teeth, called cavities. If left untreated, these cavities worsen and the entire tooth… Read more »