The Rewards of Flossing

If you floss regularly, you are giving your smile the reward of positive oral health. Flossing can be a critical step in keeping your smile healthy and repelling the effects of cavities and gum disease. Flossing is a great way to clean your teeth where your toothbrush can not reach. That is why flossing is essential to your oral health.... read more »

Dental Upgrades: Plaque Buildup Prevention

Although it's often easier said than done, a healthy mouth depends on being plaque free. In order to keep your mouth free of plaque, you should always make sure you are taking the time to clean it when necessary, which includes having a daily routine in place including cleaning your teeth and gums after meals. Common questions associated with plaque... read more »

The Facts About Pregnancy and Your Teeth

Would you be surprised to hear that there are a number of thing you should do when you’re pregnant if you’re interested in keeping your teeth healthy and strong? Naturally, you should still brush and floss your teeth for two minutes at a time and you should floss daily. Similarly, did you know that you should visit your dentist during... read more »

Gum Health Matters

If you've ever wondered why so many dental professionals worry about the health of your gums, then you're not alone. Many people don't grasp the fact that your gum health actually matters, and plays a huge role in the quality of your oral health. With that in mind, let's take a deeper look at that relationship to see if we... read more »

Skipping your Nightly Brushing can Hurt Your Teeth

Usually, it’s fairly easy to brush your teeth as a part of your morning routine, but did you know that many people forget to brush their teeth right before they go to bed? As you can probably guess, this can lead to a number of negative consequences. If you don’t brush at night, your mouth will become dry, creating a... read more »