Many people experience tooth decay at some point in their lives. Genetics, poor oral hygiene, smoking, and diet can all increase a person’s risk. How does tooth decay work? Can it be reversed? Read our blog post to learn about tooth decay.
Good dental health is important. Research links the health of your mouth to the health of your heart, brain, and immune system. Good oral health also means avoiding problems like cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss. Check out our blog post for tips on maintaining your dental health.
One of the best ways to make sure that your teeth are healthy and strong is to protect your enamel, or the hard outer layer of your teeth. Check out our blog post for a look at some simple ways you can prevent enamel loss to have a beautiful smile that’ll last a lifetime.
Root canals are a revolutionary dental treatment that can save natural teeth! While root canals are tooth-saving procedures, you never want to have a root canal if you don’t need one. Check out our blog post for some tips to help you maintain great oral health and avoid a root canal.
Summer is in full swing, which means it’s time to get ready for fun excursions and spending quality time with your loved ones—and for smiling in all of the pictures that come with it! If having a bright, glittering smile is on your summer bucket list, check out our blog post for some easy ways that you can enjoy a radiant smile this season!
In the long run, straightening your smile with braces can help out your oral health by making your teeth easier to clean once your treatment is complete. While you’re wearing your braces, however, it can be a bit tricky making sure your teeth stay squeaky clean and healthy. Read our blog post for tips on caring for your oral health if you wear braces.
If you are experiencing pain when you eat or drink hot or cold foods, you may be suffering from tooth sensitivity. But what causes this? Check out our blog post where we explain the common reasons for tooth sensitivity.
Have you ever gone to the dentist and been told that you have a cavity? If so, you’re amongst the millions of Americans who have had a cavity at one time in their life. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Read our blog post to learn about cavities, including causes, prevention and treatment.
Plaque is a dental health condition that can cause a lot of oral health issues. Read our blog post where we explain what plaque is, how it’s dangerous to your teeth, and how you can prevent it.