If you’re like most people, you probably see the dentist once a year, if that. Many people have a fear of the dentist, or they don’t fully know the importance of oral health. Whatever the reason, people should see their dentist more often. For six seasons why, just keep reading!
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. During this month, the American Dental Association is asking people to “defeat monster mouth.” Taking care of children’s oral health is important, so read on to learn how you can make sure your child “defeats monster mouth” this month.
In 2019, make your New Year’s resolution come true. A New Year’s resolution for a healthy smile is the perfect resolution for building self-confidence and promoting self-care. To learn how you can accomplish your New Year’s Resolution of getting a healthy smile, just continue reading.
We all get bad breath from time to time, whether it’s morning breath or garlic breath. While bad breath is normal, it can also be the result of improper oral hygiene. To learn if your bad breath means something more, continue reading this blog post.
Even though our tooth enamel is strong, it can easily weaken over time. We want to keep our enamel strong to keep our teeth looking and feeling healthy, but how can we take care of our tooth enamel?
If you’re a parent, then you probably already know how difficult it can be to convince your child to go to the dentist. Even some grown adults dislike the dentist, so a trip to the dentist isn’t always a breeze for your children. However, all hope is not lost.
Gum disease is a common condition that affects many people. Having healthy gums contributes to having healthy teeth, and overall positive health. If you want to care for your gums, but aren’t sure if you have gum disease, the following blog post will explain to you how you can tell if you have gum disease.
When we think about our health, we don’t always include our oral health. However, taking care of our oral health is just as important as the rest of our bodies. If you want to improve your oral health, but are worried about expensive, time-consuming or difficult care, don’t worry.
Visiting the dentist for a consultation is a non-invasive procedure where you discuss your dental issues and other concerns. While most dental consultations are free, some dental care providers charge a nominal fee in order to cover their time. At a dental consultation, the dentist only examines your teeth and gums but does not perform any procedure.
Our mouths are at the center of daily activity, serving as the focal point by which we eat and speak. As such, few things can be more debilitating than sensitive teeth that affect these actions and more. The good news is that the factors behind sensitive teeth are well understood and treatment for this condition is available.