Blog 2017-08-27T17:27:21+00:00

Tips to Maintain Great Oral Hygiene While Traveling

There’s no question that traveling can be quite exciting. You get to go new places, try out new foods and go on adventure you will never forget. However, if you don’t prepare for any type of disruption to your dental hygiene routine that may occur while traveling, you may not have that great of a time while away. [...]

By | October 9th, 2018|Categories: General Dentistry|0 Comments

Natural Methods for Easing Toothache Pain

A toothache can rear its ugly and painful head at any time. There is a myriad of different reasons it can occur, and regardless of the cause, there’s no question it can be extremely uncomfortable. While seeing your dentist is smart for any toothache that just won’t go away, there are some steps you can take to soothe the pain [...]

By | September 6th, 2018|Categories: General Dentistry|0 Comments

How Chewing Ice Can Negatively Affect Your Oral Health

There are several reasons you may chew ice. Regardless of whether it’s to enjoy a cool summer treat, relieve stress or cut back on calories, it can have negative affects on your overall oral health. Some of the reasons to avoid chewing ice can be found here. […]

By | August 8th, 2018|Categories: General Dentistry|0 Comments

Healthy Foods Result in Healthy Teeth

You know how important it is to ensure your teeth and your child’s teeth are properly cared for. You also know that great oral hygiene habits have to being at a young age. Creating a regular flossing and brushing routine from an early age is a great way to help ensure your child’s mouth remains health. […]

By | July 6th, 2018|Categories: General Dentistry|0 Comments

Brushing Your Teeth Too Hard? These Signs Say Yes!

It is crucial that you brush your teeth (a minimum) of twice daily. This helps keep them healthy and clean.  What you may not realize is that it is actually possible for you to brush your teeth too hard. If you use too much pressure when brushing, it may cause gum damage, which is something that can’t be reversed unless you [...]

By | May 15th, 2018|Categories: General Dentistry|0 Comments