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.
Categories for Oral Hygiene
We’re going to let you in on a secret: with the right steps, many common dental issues can be avoided. Read our blog post to find out how you can prevent a root canal with preventive dental care.
As with basically every other product out there, there are countless options when it comes to toothbrushes. Check out our blog post for the best dentist recommended toothbrushes for different cleaning needs.
Though a tooth infection can take several months to develop, noticeable hints of pain and discomfort can make you suspect there’s something wrong. Instead of waiting for sensations to surprise you, read our blog post to learn about the top three reasons for tooth infections.
It’s inevitable in life to come across “bad” things once and a while. What you don’t have to settle for, however, is bad breath. There are a few different common causes of bad breath, and accordingly, there are different ways that you can treat them. Read our blog post for all the details!
Despite the name, wisdom teeth don’t make us any wiser when, and if, they finally emerge. In fact, most of us end up getting them removed soon after they appear. Check out our blog post where we cover three common signs that it may be time for your third molars to go.
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.
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.