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…

How Dentures Can Help Your Smile

Dentures have swept the nation leaving restored smiles in their wake. Thanks to the massive amount of success they have had over the years, dentures are still a popular form of smile restorations. Here at [practice_name] in [city], [state], our team is happy to give you this information on dentures and why they could be…

Are There Any Foods That Can Make Your Teeth Stronger?

We all know that there are plenty of foods and drinks that can damage our teeth and gums, but did you ever wonder if there are any foods that can make your teeth stronger? The truth is that yes, there are foods that can actually protect your tooth enamel and minerals that can rebuild it.…

3 Tips for Tooth-Friendly Foods

It’s easy to fall into bad eating habits. It’s even easier to ignore, or simply not be aware, of the impact that your diet has on your oral health. A good diet is linked directly to good oral health, so if you want to have the best oral health possible, our team here at [practice_name]…

Don’t Leave Your Gums Out of Your Oral Hygiene Routine

MOST PEOPLE HAVE MADE a regular habit of brushing their teeth, which is fantastic. But some people might not be the best brushers. Brushing your teeth actually should include more than just your teeth. Let’s talk about an important but often-overlooked element of your oral hygiene: your gums. Gums play a vital role in the…

Oral Surgery: Removing Your Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth removal no longer has to be a daunting experience. With modern extraction procedures, along with sedation, a wisdom tooth can be pulled just like a normal erupted tooth, if they have emerged through the gums. However, if the tooth is still underneath the gums and embedded in the jawbone, a small incision will be…

How to Keep Your Toothbrush Clean

In your quest for excellent oral health, you brush and floss after meals, and toss the floss when you are done. You can’t do that with your toothbrush though, so what happens when you remove bacteria that inhabit your mouth when you brush? Actually, bacteria aren’t the only things that can be transferred to your…