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.
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Dental anxiety is one of the number one reasons why people put off scheduling important dental procedures. But thanks to advancements made in anesthetics, there are now several options for patients who dread visiting the dentist. Read our blog post for a brief guide to dental sedation that will hopefully put your mind at ease about your next appointment.
There are many different reasons why someone might experience bad breath. Read our blog post for some tips on how to get that breath smelling better so you can continue to take on your day with confidence.
A common dental saying is "Your mouth is the gateway to your body." Read our blog post to see how your oral health can affect your overall health, including heart health.
When it comes to toothbrushes, you can go the manual route, or you can opt for electric. These days, flossing comes with more options than ever before too. Read our blog post for a look at how a Waterpik flosser stacks up against traditional dental floss.
Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is one of the most common dental afflictions, experienced by nearly half of adults over thirty. Read our blog post to learn more about gum disease, including if it can be reversed if caught early enough.
Without proper dental care, tooth decay and gum problems can arise and cause health complications. Healthy and strong teeth are a result of good oral hygiene and good oral habits. Check out our blog post for tips to keep your teeth healthy and strong!
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!
Dental crowns are a widespread solution to restoring or repairing damaged teeth. The tooth-shaped cap can seal a decayed or damaged tooth, support a dental bridge, or even make a tooth look healthier. Read our blog post to learn more about dental crowns, including how long they can be expected to last.
Interested in getting your teeth professionally whitened? After whitening treatments there are certain foods and drinks you’ll want to avoid. Read our blog post for some examples.