Are you worried about your oral health when you’re away from home? More specifically, are you unsure how to keep your smile clean when you don’t have your usual daily access to the products stocked in your bathroom? Not a problem! We have all sorts of helpful tips.
One of the major things you want to do for your oral health? Do your best to prevent acid erosion. Not sure what this is? Well, it’s what happens when your teeth are exposed to foods or beverages that are acidic (or the environment in your mouth turns acidic, particularly the result of dry mouth or eating sugar). Unfortunately, just like it sounds, it means that the acids will slowly eat away at your tooth tissue, beginning with your outermost layer called enamel. This protective layer is essential for good health. Find out more with questions and answers.
No matter what you’re planning on doing for yourself, the moment you begin to research it or you decide to announce it, you’ll start hearing rumors. The same is true for choosing to begin Invisalign treatment. Thanks to the amount of information you gather from the web, your friends, family members, and more, you may quickly begin feeling unsure about aligning your smile this way, instead of feeling confident. We’re happy to dispel a few common rumors (and will continue to do so during your visits, all you have to do is ask).
Spring is here again! Time to officially wave goodbye to winter and get ready for the warm (and perhaps hot) temperatures that will quickly make their arrival. Not sure what spring has to do with your dental care? Try out our smile checklist to get a better idea and to whip your smile into shape for whatever springtime is bringing into your life.
Like any other part of your life, you end up wondering if there’s some way to streamline your dental care, so you can make it as quick, easy, and convenient and possible. What you are overlooking is the fact that we have already done this for you! We set forth guidelines regarding dental hygiene and professional care that are as polished as possible, so you’re not wasting time, energy, or money. So, when you start wondering if you can cut some corners (even though it may be with the best of intentions), the answer is: Nope! Learn more.
Have you ever noticed that when you’re sick in bed with the common cold, sinus infection, or some other type of illness that leaves you with some serious congestion, your teeth hurt? There’s nothing like dealing with one problem only to be faced with discomfort in your smile, too! To help you make sense of why this oral health dilemma is happening to you, whether you’re alone or if this is quite common (no worries, it’s a frequent concern), and what to do about it, we are here to help!
It’s just one of those things that can ruin your entire day. One moment, you’re reaching in gleeful anticipation for your first sip of coffee. The next, your tongue feels scorched and you are scolding yourself for rushing. Now you’ll have to go through the entire day with an uncomfortable tongue that makes delighting in eating and drinking anything but possible. To help you deal with the discomfort (and to help you avoid it in the future), we would love to share some oral health advice.