What Should I Keep in My First-Aid Kit for My Smile?

Sometimes dental emergencies and oral injuries occur, whether we like it or not. These times can be quite scary and stressful. However, they don’t have to be. If you’re prepared now, these situations won’t be as bad as they could be. So, to help you prepare, our dentist, Dr. [doctor_name], encourages you to put specific…

Oral Health Care Facts Blog: Aging and Dental Health

Oral health care is vital to the success of your smile from your first tooth to your last. Every day you can spend a few minutes taking care of your teeth and gums is another successful day to ensure your smile will continue to function properly for a lifetime of oral health happiness. It’s never…

Keep Your Smile Shining Bright for the Rest of Your Life

If you are looking to keep your smile in its best form, it is important to continue to clean your teeth and gums on a daily basis. Your teeth will wear down with age if they are not properly taken care of, so it is important to keep them clean and free of harmful acids…

What to Do About Food Stuck Between the Teeth

It’s not uncommon to get a small piece of food stuck between your teeth when you eat. In most cases, it comes free on its own. However, there are other times when you might get a tough piece of food, like a meat fiber or popcorn hull, uncomfortably stuck in your teeth. To help safely…

Why You Should Get Your Cavity Filled

Have you ever felt an aching in a tooth but chosen to ignore it? Unfortunately, visiting a dentist can seem like an inconvenience. Even worse, most people associate the dentist with pain—both to your teeth and to your wallet. However, did you know that waiting could lead to much more serious damage? In other words,…

The Smile-Care Products to Pack While Traveling

If you want a top-notch oral health while you are traveling, it’s best to keep up on your oral hygiene routine. However, that’s only possible if you have the tools you need to properly perform the routine. So, to help you pack for your smile, our team recommends putting the following things in your suitcase:…

How You Can Avoid Plaque Buildup

As you probably know, it’s important to brush and floss your teeth. Similarly, you know that you should visit your dentist every six months. But do you know why doing these things are so important? Honestly, there are several benefits to brushing your teeth, but removing plaque is a very important one. You see, after…