Did you know that a dental crown can last up to 15 years or longer when properly cared for? That's a long time for restoration but a great advantage when you're not a fan of sitting in the dental chair. Check out our blog post to find out how to care for dental crowns.
Categories for Oral Hygiene
If you keep up with your routine exams and cleanings, you likely know that professional cleanings are essential even though you brush and floss your teeth daily. But do you know the benefits of a deep teeth cleaning? Read our blog post to find out!
Dr. Chandler and our team at Chandler Dental Center encourage you to visit our office every six months for many reasons important to your oral health. However, all narrow down to the correlation between dentistry and overall wellness. Read our blog post for the details!
Every time you visit our office, there are many reasons our team reminds you to brush and floss. The main reason is to prevent decay and periodontitis, also known as gum disease. Read our blog post to learn about the best tools to fight gum disease.
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.
No one likes going to their routine cleaning and exam only to hear that there’s a cavity or other dental problem present. After all, healthy teeth and gums make eating, speaking, and other daily activities enjoyable. Read our blog post for advice to help you stop dental problems before they happen!
Did you know that February is Gum Disease Awareness Month? Read our blog post for some oral hygiene tips to raise awareness and help you avoid developing gum disease.
There are so many dental care products out there on the market, it can be confusing when it comes time to head to the store and pick up some new toothpaste for you and your family. That’s where our expert advice comes in. Read our blog post for what to look for in your toothpaste.
When you’re tempted to indulge this holiday season, just think about your teeth. While a treat here and there won’t ruin your dental future, it’s important to make healthy choices whenever possible. Read our blog post to learn what foods and drinks are best avoided this holiday season.
Many people look forward to Thanksgiving all year round! It’s a day for hanging out with loved ones, maybe watching some football, and eating a big, tasty meal. Are Thanksgiving foods good for your teeth? Check out our blog post for some of the tooth-friendly dishes.