If you wish to keep your smile flaws, it is important to prepare for any oral health hazards that could occur. By planning for any avoiding common dental hazards and risks that seek to destroy your smile, you can greatly increase your chances for a long-lasting safe smile that can continue to function effectively. For some tooth hazard prevention tips... read more »
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The holidays are right around the corner. Hopefully that means there will be plenty of joys and toys, meats and cheeses, and ice creams and root beer dreams to keep everyone in your family happy. With all the excitement brewing for the festive times to come, it’s important to remember your oral health care. Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, you can... read more »
Tartar buildup at the gum line is the leading cause of gum disease. The CDC estimates that nearly half of all adults over the age of 30 have some degree of gum disease. The earliest stage of gum disease is known as gingivitis. Early symptoms include inflamed gums that often bleed easily during brushing and flossing. This might also include... read more »
You probably know how important it is to brush your teeth every morning and night, but did you know that many people don’t brush as effectively as they could? In fact, some people consistently miss parts of their mouth altogether. This lets plaque and bacteria work in their mouth overnight. Fortunately, by establishing a few solid oral hygiene habits you... read more »
If you have dentures, or you have struggled with chronic bad breath in the past, cleaning your tongue as part of your daily oral hygiene routine can benefit your oral health. Your tongue has a lot of rough surfaces that can harbor bacteria, which might make it easier for plaque to form in your mouth. After removing your dentures and... read more »
The Invisalign brand of aligners are popular with many adults that are interested in realigning their smile. The clear, durable plastic makes it hard for the casual observer to even notice you are wearing them. To effectively realign your teeth, you will need to wear Invisalign for 20 to 22 hours per day. After two weeks you will switch to... read more »