Fluoride treatments are a common dental practice aimed at preventing tooth decay and strengthening enamel. Read our blog post to learn how fluoride treatments can affect the development of cavities.
Categories for Cavity Prevention
Be honest, when was the last time you flossed? If it’s been a while, you’re not alone. According to a report from the American Dental Association, less than one-third of all Americans are properly flossing every day. Check out our blog post to see why flossing is absolutely essential to maintaining a healthy smile and fresh breath.
Have you been flossing regularly? If not, we completely understand that it can feel like a time-consuming extra step in your oral hygiene regimen. However, you shouldn’t skimp out on flossing because it plays a crucial role in your oral health. Check out our blog post for what you need to know about flossing and why it’s so important!
Practicing proper oral hygiene, like brushing and flossing daily, is the best way to take good care of your smile. However, routine dental visits are an even better way to care for your smile. Check out our blog post to see how fluoride treatments can greatly benefit your oral development and health!
Between fun in the sun or work, it’s understandable if you’re spending some more time snacking. Luckily, summer brings fresh, healthy fruits and veggies good for teeth and your body! Read our blog post to learn about summer foods that benefit your teeth.
Tooth decay, also known as a cavity, can creep up on anyone, including those who think they take good care of their oral health. If you have had a cavity, you likely can remember the ache and pain cavities are known to bring on. Read our blog post to find out what else you need to know about cavities.
Halloween is a fun holiday filled with loads of candy and cavities! Luckily, there are plenty of ways to celebrate this holiday without hurting your teeth in the process. Check out our blog post for 5 ways you can celebrate Halloween without the candy!
While there are great tooth replacement options available today, we always want to save a natural tooth if we can. Check out our blog post to learn what you can do to avoid a tooth extraction!
If you aren’t flossing regularly, you’re leaving your teeth vulnerable to some serious dental issues, including decay and gum disease. Check out our blog post where we let you know how often you should be flossing and why it’s so important that you do.
Cavities, a very common dental issue, are small pockets of decay that develop in your teeth. When you have a cavity, the most common way to treat it is to receive a filling, which helps seal the hole created by the cavity to prevent the decay from spreading further. Read our blog post to find out why dentists prefer composite fillings.