Thanksgiving is historically known for gatherings, traditions, and delicious feasts. If you plan to dive into dishes this Thanksgiving, take a look at our six dental tips to remember!
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Halloween is many people’s favorite holiday! How do you make this fun season a bit healthier for your teeth and body? Read our blog post for 13 spooky tips!
It’s something we wait all year for without shame, seasonal beverages. But have you ever wondered how your favorite fall drinks affect your teeth? Check out our blog post for five tips to protect your teeth from indulging in your favorite drinks.
Kids are more vulnerable to cavities for two main reasons: baby teeth have thinner enamel and kids often struggle with good oral health habits. Check out our blog post to see how to effectively teach your kids good oral health habits.
At our office, we’re proud to provide preventative dentistry, restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and more. Preventative dentistry includes services like cleanings, exams, and fluoride treatments. Read our blog post to find out what fluoride is and whether or not everyone needs it.
Brushing your teeth twice daily is essential for great oral health. You may think any old toothbrush will work, but you want to choose one that’s right for you. Read our blog post for a look at the top factors to consider when choosing a toothbrush.
During the Halloween season, there are countless candies and treats to choose from. Sadly, snacking on sugary goodies can increase your risk for oral health problems like cavities. Check out our blog post for some good alternatives.