Getting the Most Out of Your Dental Visit

Going to the dentist is far from the highlight of the week for many—adults included. Moreover, dental visits generally happen only about twice per year at most. This is why it’s crucially important for you to make the most out of our dental visits when you do go. So...

Tips for Better Morning Breath

Just about everyone suffers from bad morning breath to some extent. It’s natural—our mouths produce much less saliva while we’re sleeping, and since saliva is one of the mouth’s main weapons against bad breath, our palettes are left somewhat defenseless to the bad...

Sensitive Teeth: Causes and Solutions

Have you noticed that your teeth seem overly sensitive when they come into contact with sugary foods, or that your teeth sometimes exhibit pangs of pain? This could very well mean that your teeth are more sensitive than they should be. The good news is this: there are...

A Guide to Floss and Floss Alternatives

Remembering to floss daily is a struggle for many. If you happen to fall under this category, don’t give up just yet—with so many flossing options available today, there is sure to be a flossing method to suit your daily routine. Standard Floss The cheapest...

Common Dental Care Myths

There’s no argument that taking care of your teeth is important, but it doesn’t stop other dental care rumors from circulating. With your best interests in mind, we are going to take a look at the real truths regarding some of the more common dental care myths. Myth:...

Choosing the Best Toothbrush for You

From the time we were toddlers, we were told that if we didn’t brush our teeth, little green monsters called plaque would get into our mouth and carve holes in our teeth. Though the vernacular of the story has probably evolved as we entered adulthood, the concept of...

Flossing Tips for a Lifetime

Flossing is an integral part of your dental hygiene. It removes plaque and food particles that get stuck in between your teeth and under your gums. If you don’t remove those unwanted particles, they can lead to gingivitis, gum disease, and tooth decay. Despite it’s...