It is important to brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day. Usually this is done in the morning and at night. However, many people want to clean their mouths immediately after they eat, to maintain a clean smile and fresh breath. Unfortunately, brushing right after eating often damages your smile. Here’s [...] Read more
A child’s oral care begins at birth long before their teeth appear. Below, we have offered tips to help you care for your child’s smile as it develops so that they can enjoy effective oral health: Gums: Though teeth don’t typically erupt for six months, the gums should still be wiped with a clean, damp [...] Read more
If you’re about to restore your oral health and smile with a dental crown, as your dentist, I would like to teach you a little more about the restoration so you can know all there is to know about the treatment. To begin, I would like to give you some facts. Those facts are: -A [...] Read more
Cavities are no fun! They can be painful, lead to lasting damage, and can even lead to tooth failure. Follow these steps to prevent tooth erosion in your smile!   Brush: Make sure to brush your teeth for 2 minutes, twice each day. This should be done with a soft-bristled toothbrush, to prevent damage to [...] Read more
It is important to always make sure you're practicing safe and effective oral health care techniques to keep your smile safe. However, it is just as important to make sure the tools you use are functioning effectively. For your toothbrush, not only do you need to make sure you care for it properly, but also [...] Read more