When it comes to flossing your teeth, you have a choice. You can go for the traditional dental floss option, or you can opt for water flossing. Read our blog post where we break down the differences to help you figure out which might be right for you.
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Stress, tiredness, and loud sensory stimuli are all common causes behind migraines, but did you know that dental issues can also play a role in creating painful headaches too? Read our blog post for a look at specific dental issues that may be causing your migraines.
Cavities are not an unusual occurrence for kids. While baby teeth fall out, decay is still a problem and can affect a child’s oral health for years to come. Read our blog post to learn how parents can help their children prevent cavities.
Brushing your teeth cleans and polishes the surfaces of your teeth, but it’s important to get between your teeth, too. Flossing reaches areas your brush can’t reach and protects your gum health. Check out our blog post for a look at the main benefits of flossing.
Dentists recommend that patients come in for check-ups at least twice a year. If you have braces, you may be seeing an orthodontist in addition to a regular dentist. Read our blog post to find out if you still need to see the dentist twice a year.
You probably hear your dentist and dental commercials talk about plaque all the time. However, it’s quite possible that, like […]
We understand first hand the importance of doing extensive research when it comes to making healthcare decisions for our little ones. We get many questions about fluoride and if it’s safe for both kids and adults. Read our blog post to learn more about fluoride, its purpose, and if we recommend it for children!
Did you know that your diet has a direct impact on your teeth? It’s important to know which foods can be harmful to your smile so that you can safeguard your oral and overall health. Read our blog post to learn more about which food groups you should try to avoid in order to protect your teeth and gums!
Check out our blog post to discover how often you should replace your toothbrush. Contact our team for more oral healthcare tips!