1. Teaching Your Child to Practice Good Oral Hygiene

    As a parent, you’re surely aware of how important it is to teach your child good habits. From focusing on their schoolwork to developing healthy eating habits, the lessons and values you teach your kids will shape their futures. Oral hygiene is important for both children and adults, but teaching your child about oral hygiene while they’re young can help them to develop healthy habits as adult…Read More

  2. Oral Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

    Going to see your local dentist is rarely a top priority, but there are many symptoms that should never be ignored. We briefly noted three oral health concerns that should be immediately addressed by your dentist, and in today’s post, we’ll review two more symptoms that should never be ignored. If you or someone you know is experiencing any of these symptoms, contact Gentle Care Dentists today…Read More

  3. How to Naturally Whiten Your Teeth

    You’re not alone if you’ve ever felt self-conscious about the color of your teeth. Unless you regularly have your teeth whitened with cosmetic dentistry, your teeth are probably less white than they could be. Your pearly whites are one of the first things people will notice when you greet them, so it’s important to have a healthy and vibrant smile. In today’s post, we’ll provide you with…Read More

  4. What To Know About Proper Flossing

    It’s no secret that part of keeping your teeth healthy and in top condition is flossing daily. Food particles and bacteria buildup can congregate between the teeth, and unfortunately brushing does not get rid of it. That’s where the thin miracle of floss comes in and plays an essential aspect in oral hygiene. But even though flossing is so important, it’s not something people do as regularly…Read More

  5. Make Teeth Brushing A Habit For The Whole Family With These Tips

    As an adult, you know the importance of maintaining a healthy mouth and clean teeth. You brush every morning and every night, if not more. You try to floss daily, and if you don’t, you at least are aware of how important flossing is. In addition to that, you visit the dentist on a regular basis for a thorough teeth cleaning and to make sure everything is looking as it should be. These habits wer…Read More

  6. Top Foods That Can Damage Your Teeth

    Our teeth can take a beating, depending on what we eat. Crunching on hard foods and eating overly sugary treats without paying special attention to how they’re affecting our teeth can be damaging to our overall oral health. While it’s unreasonable to think that you will completely avoid hard, crunchy, and sugar-laden foods, there are certain food items that you should avoid as much as possible…Read More

  7. The Oral Health Benefits Of Coconut Oil

    Coconut oil seems to be the miracle oil for a plethora of bodily woes. Along with its moisturizing and cleansing factor is its oral health factor. Yes, coconut oil can benefit your teeth. It’s true! If you’re a fan of coconut oil for cooking, for moisturizing, and for cleansing your skin, then you’re going to want to keep reading this blog to learn how this magical oil can help your teeth an…Read More

  8. Tips for Oral Hygiene

    We know, we know — the title of this blog is very rudimentary. Oral hygiene? Sure, you know how to brush your teeth. You’ve been to the dentist for years and years, so you know the importance of prioritizing your teeth to keep them pearly white. While we are in no way trying to dumb you down, we just understand the importance of a healthy mouth and a healthy set of teeth. That’s why we’re …Read More

  9. Tips For Caring For Your Braces

    We’re not going to lie — braces are not always fun. While you may feel initially excited to get them on, you most likely realize shortly after that they can be a pain. But the minor frustrations are worth it because you’re working toward straight teeth and a beautiful smile. Whether you struggle with an overbite and you want to correct it, or you want to straighten crooked teeth, braces can …Read More