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.
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Did you know that you should be flossing once every day? Flossing cleans the 40% of your tooth’s surface that brushing does not cover, including those hard-to-reach areas where food particles get trapped. If you’re not flossing as regularly as you should, there’s no time like the present to incorporate it into your oral hygiene routine. Read our blog post for three tips for getting started!
If you’re living with a TMJ disorder, you know that it can lead to painful problems when chewing or talking, among other issues. That might seem bad enough, but TMJ disorders can also damage your teeth. Check out our blog post where we shed some light on how diagnosing and treating TMJ disorders can help protect your pearly whites.
Your gums are the soft tissues that support your teeth. While you may worry about dental issues like stains and cavities, your gums are just as important as your teeth! Read our blog post to find out why you shouldn't overlook your gum health.
Our team understands that it can be challenging for parents to ensure their child is brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash daily. It’s no secret that children are fans of sweet treats and likely prefer not to sit in a dental chair. However, dental care just got more fun for your child! Check out our blog post to learn about our Healthy Smiles Club for kids.
It’s no doubt that teeth often get all the spotlight. But when it comes to your oral health, you can’t forget about your gums! Read our blog post to find out what you can do to prevent gum disease before it becomes a problem!
Just like any item you use daily; it will be subject to natural wear and tear. You use your toothbrush at least twice a day, every day, so you will need to replace it! Check out our blog post for what you need to know about how often to replace your toothbrush, and which style of toothbrush best suits you!
Dental visits may not be your favorite thing. But if you've had a visit with us at Vista Ridge Family Dentistry, you know how much our team strives to provide our patients a comfortable and welcoming environment. Read our blog post for a look at other reasons our practice achieved a 2021 Best of the Best award and recognition by Hill Country News for dentistry.
For great oral health, it’s important to brush and floss every day. Maintaining the habit may be challenging, but poor oral hygiene can have serious consequences. Read our blog post for a look at four reasons why daily brushing and flossing are so important.
Dentists recommend brushing your teeth every day, but did you know you can brush too much? You can also brush too hard and damage your tooth enamel! Check out our blog post for what you need to know about overbrushing.