1. remedies for bad breath

    10 Remedies for Bad Breath

    Bad breath, also called halitosis, is an embarrassing condition that can cause suffers to avoid social events or close interactions with others. Bad breath can stem from a variety of reasons including bad dental hygiene or smelly foods. Thankfully, most causes of bad breath can remedied fairly easily so check out our tips to managing bad breath below. Bad breath can also be a sign of a more seriou…Read More

  2. dental implants

    Dental Implants vs Dental Bridges – Which One Should I Get?

    Dental implants and dental bridge are both great options for those that have missing or decayed teeth. Which one your doctor recommends and which one you prefer depends on your situation and personal preference. What Are Dental Implants? Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are inserted into your jaw to replace missing teeth. These days, dentists prefer to use implants with attached cro…Read More

  3. what causes a toothache

    8 Common Causes Of Toothaches – What Causes A Toothache?

    Many Americans suffer from toothaches at some point in their life. Despite what most people think, a toothache doesn’t necessarily indicate a cavity. Toothaches can stem from an array of causes and conditions. If you’re suffering from a toothache, it’s important to familiarize yourself with these causes. Read on below to learn the most common causes of a toothache. What Is A Toothache: A too…Read More

  4. Worst Drinks For Teeth - Coffee

    7 Worst Drinks For Your Teeth

    Most people take care to make sure what they drink isn’t too harmful for their bodies, but many times they overlook the effect their choice of drink has on their oral health. Our dentists have come up with the list below to showcase the 7 worst drinks for your teeth and overall oral health. 1. Soda Soda is one of the most popular types of beverages in America but it can do a lot of damage to you…Read More

  5. How To Stop Bleeding Gums

    How To Stop Bleeding Gums

    Bleeding gums are common problem. Brushing too hard, using too hard of a toothbrush, gum injury, and pregnancy are all non-disease factors that can cause bleeding gums. However, for most people bleeding gums are a sign of gingivitis or periodontal disease (gum disease). Bleeding gums are usually the first sign of early gingivitis. If not taken care of gingivitis will continue to get worse and even…Read More

  6. Tips For Brushing Your Teeth

    10 Tips For Brushing Your Teeth

    Brushing your teeth is a simple chore that most of us don’t put much thought into. I mean how hard can it be right? Well, to do it properly it’s actually more difficult than most people think. In fact, most people are brushing incorrectly and using the wrong type of toothbrush. Our dentists have compiled tips below to help you improve your brushing and toothbrush choices. Place your toothbrush…Read More

  7. Braces Pain

    10 Tips for Reducing Braces Pain

    Braces can be uncomfortable and cause pain when you first get them on but also after each tightening or adjustment. Thankfully braces pain typically will only last a few days and can be easily treated. If you’re suffering from braces pain, our orthodontists suggest the following 10 tips to help soothe your discomfort. Tips For Reducing Braces Pain: Over the counter medication Medication like Ace…Read More

  8. periodontal disease

    Major Health Issues That Can Stem From Bad Oral Hygiene

    Did you know that practicing a healthy oral hygiene routine can go a long way in preventing the spread of harmful bacteria that can lead to common infections, including staph and strep throat? In fact, bacteria in your mouth can affect your entire body. Major Health Issues That Can Stem From Bad Oral Hygiene Although the link between oral health and general wellness is well established in scientif…Read More

  9. Chipped or Cracked Tooth

    Chipped or Cracked Tooth Causes and Repairs

    While a chipped or cracked tooth may not always cause significant pain or discomfort, it does require evaluation by your dentist. Depending on the cause and severity of the chip or crack, he or she can repair the damage and restore the appearance, health, and function of the tooth. In the event that you encounter this type of dental issue, here’s what you should know about the causes and treatme…Read More