You should think of brushing your teeth as an indispensable part of your daily routine. That being said, if this is all you are doing to protect yourself against cavities, you can fall short of fully supplying the care that you need. If you neglect to maintain a smart diet, or if you tend to… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Preventive Dentistry
Are you doing enough for your smile if you keep up with regular brushing and flossing? These habits provide important care for your teeth, but these are not the only ways to care for your oral health. One thing to think about is your diet – if you routinely consume an abundance of sugar, your… Read more »
Are you enjoying the benefits obtained by attending regular dental checkups? The care you receive during these routine appointments can make the difference between enjoying a healthy mouth, and finding yourself with an aching tooth affected by a cavity. There are two main components to your routine preventive appointment. One important part of your checkup… Read more »
You can produce a remarkable amount of force when you take a bite. The ability to produce that kind of power helps us eat tougher foods, but it can be trouble for people suffering from bruxism. Bruxism refers to a habit of teeth grinding, which can occur with particular frequency during the night. The force… Read more »
You know that you should be drinking water because you can practically make it through a day without being inundated with advice, bottled water ads, and hearing about “hydrating yourself.” While it is of course extremely important that you drink in enough water every day, you might not know much about how this can positively… Read more »
There are few things more joyous and surprisingly overwhelming than the journey you will take when you become pregnant. As you may have noticed, focusing on your oral health may start to feel like completely new territory, as opposed to the usual auto-pilot experience you have with dental care. Not to worry. The changes aren’t… Read more »
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.