Hygiene

New Year, New Habits

2019-01-20T02:15:44+00:00

It maybe February all read but it’s never to late to think about committing to a healthier 2019.  Studies show that there’s a strong correlation between dental health and the health of the rest of your body, so make your dental hygiene a priority this year, starting with these three resolutions. #1: Make Daily Flossing [...]

New Year, New Habits2019-01-20T02:15:44+00:00

What is TMJ

2019-01-20T02:15:44+00:00

TMJ Syndrome or the technical term Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome  is a broad term for any problem that prevents the jaw joint from being properly aligned. TMJ Syndrome includes symptoms like jaw and face pain,  jaw clicking or popping, headaches or migraines, and even a locked jaw. Doesn’t sound at all, does it? Read on to learn how [...]

What is TMJ2019-01-20T02:15:44+00:00

What the Plaque?

2019-01-20T02:15:45+00:00

It’s perhaps one of the most dreaded statements in the dental experience: “You’re going to need a root canal.” Now, while the root canal’s reputation is a little undeserved, the truth is, you obviously want to avoid them when possible. Read on to learn how. What is Plaque? Plaque arises from a substance called biofilm. [...]

What the Plaque?2019-01-20T02:15:45+00:00

What Your Dentist Might Find Besides Cavities

2019-01-20T02:15:46+00:00

When you think of your dental appointments, you're probably worried about one thing -- whether or not you have any cavities. But when you get a clean bill of health from your dentist, it's not only your teeth he's talking about. Read on to find out what other health issues can be diagnosed during your [...]

What Your Dentist Might Find Besides Cavities2019-01-20T02:15:46+00:00

How to Help Sensitive Teeth

2019-01-20T02:15:47+00:00

Do your teeth hurt when you eat something too hot, or too cold, or too hard? If your food isn't just right, does eating become a painful experience? You don't have to keep suffering. Use our tips to help sensitive teeth. Brush the Right Way Brushing too hard can irritate already-sensitive teeth. Make sure you're [...]

How to Help Sensitive Teeth2019-01-20T02:15:47+00:00

Causes of Tooth Crown Pain and How to Treat It

2019-01-20T02:15:49+00:00

There's nothing that can stop you in your tracks quite like a toothache. While most crowns are problem-free, there are some situations that can lead to pain and discomfort. Tooth Crown Pain Causes There are several reasons you may be experiencing pain related to your crown. If you didn't have a root canal before your [...]

Causes of Tooth Crown Pain and How to Treat It2019-01-20T02:15:49+00:00

How Plaque Can Lead to the Need for a Root Canal

2019-01-20T02:15:53+00:00

It's perhaps one of the most dreaded statements in the dental experience: "You're going to need a root canal." Now, while the root canal's reputation is a little undeserved, the truth is, you obviously want to avoid them when possible.  Read on to learn how. The Number One Cause of Root Canals: Plaque Persistent plaque [...]

How Plaque Can Lead to the Need for a Root Canal2019-01-20T02:15:53+00:00

How to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

2019-01-20T02:15:55+00:00

It's the new year, and maybe that means you're trying to get your kids to adopt a new resolution: better dental hygiene! We know convincing kids to make brushing their teeth (let alone flossing) a priority can be a struggle, but we've got some great tips for you. Let Your Child Pick Their Own Toothbrush [...]

How to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth2019-01-20T02:15:55+00:00

The Best and Worst Thanksgiving Foods for Your Dental Health

2019-01-20T02:15:55+00:00

If you're like us, your mouth might be getting a workout this Thanksgiving! Want to know what the best and worst foods are for your teeth and gums at the table this year? Read on. Thanksgiving Drinks Worst: Sugary sodas and mouth-drying alcohol are the worst for your teeth on Thanksgiving. Sugar feeds the bacteria [...]

The Best and Worst Thanksgiving Foods for Your Dental Health2019-01-20T02:15:55+00:00