Keeping your smile healthy starts with good habits at home. Check out our blog post for a look at five simple yet effective tips to help you maintain excellent oral hygiene and keep your teeth and gums in shape.
This cold and flu season, you may be thinking about your immune system more than usual. The last thing that anyone wants is to start the new year by getting sick. We all know that a strong immune system is your body’s first line of defense against illness, but you may be surprised to learn how your immune system and your dental health are connected. Read our blog post for a closer look at this symbiotic relationship.
Holistic dentistry is the practice of understanding the connections between your oral health and the overall wellbeing of your body. You may be surprised to learn how your teeth and gums can impact your systemic health and vice versa. Read our blog post to learn more about holistic dentistry.
We all know that brushing and flossing is of the utmost importance when it comes to keeping our smiles healthy. Another common step in many people’s oral hygiene routine is using mouthwash. But is mouthwash really necessary? Read our blog post for a close look at how mouthwash can be helpful for your oral health.
Maintaining good oral health isn’t just about having a beautiful smile. It’s also about encouraging good overall well-being. But did you know that there is a significant connection between oral health and respiratory infections? Read our blog post to learn more about this link.
You know good dental habits keep your teeth and gums healthy, but when you’re at the dentist, you may feel tempted to bend the truth. Very often, however, the dentist can tell when you’re lying. Read our blog post for a look at the four most common lies and reasons why your dentist knows the truth.
Sharp, dull, or throbbing tooth pain can be an unpleasant experience and put a damper on your smile. Tooth pain can start at any time, any place. Read our blog post to understand the different types of tooth pain and their causes so you can identify the next steps you need to take to relieve the pain.
Good oral health goes beyond brushing and flossing. It also involves being mindful of what you eat and drink! And what we mean by this is how much sugar you consume. Read our blog post to see how sugar impacts oral health and what you can do to manage your sugar intake.
Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is a common condition that can occur during the day or at night. While occasional teeth grinding is not a serious issue, chronic teeth grinding can lead to long-term damage to your teeth, jaw, and overall oral health. Read our blog post to learn about teeth grinding symptoms and treatment options.
There are many different ways to prevent tooth enamel erosion and one of them is to watch what kinds of substances you expose your teeth to. Take a look at our blog post for some foods and drinks that cause enamel erosion and should be consumed with caution.