Using Whitening Strips to Conveniently Brighten Your Smile

The enamel is receptive to stains from multiple sources such as consuming dark food and drinks, tobacco use or even the natural processes of aging. Minor stains are often easier to brighten than stains that extend deep into the enamel layer. How deeply your teeth are stained will directly influence the whitening products and procedures… Read more »

How to Avoid Gum Disease

Oral bacteria which is not removed daily with a good brushing and flossing routine can lead to inflammation of the gum tissue–or gingivitis. If this bacteria is left in the mouth, it creates toxins that irritate sensitive gum tissue, which you might notice because it can cause your gums to swell and bleed when you… Read more »

Chronic Dry Mouth Remedies

A reduction in saliva production will greatly increases your chances of developing tooth decay and gum disease. Identifying the source of dry mouth will better help you select the best remedy that will work for you. A lot of prescription medications include dry mouth as one of the side effect. If you developed dry mouth… Read more »

Try a Crown to Restore Your Smile

There are many ways to restore or protect your teeth. Dental crowns are one of the options that can both restore your smile, while protecting your teeth. If you are looking for a way to restore your smile, talk to your dentist about dental crowns today. In a nutshell, dental crowns are artificial caps that… Read more »

Have You Heard of Burning Mouth Syndrome?

Do you ever have pain in your mouth, tongue, cheeks or lips? Do you wake up with the pain or find that it comes and goes randomly throughout the day? Do you ever notice a dry mouth, an increased thirst, or an unusual bitter or metallic taste in your food? If you’ve noticed any of… Read more »

Taming the Monster in Your Mouth: Plaque!

The mouth is a fascinating work of anatomy. It is home to teeth and gums, tongue and throat bacteria! Lots and lots of bacteria. For the average adult, anywhere from 100 to 200 species of bacteria may live in your mouth. And even those who take good care of their teeth, will likely have 1,000 to 100,000 bacteria… Read more »

How to Care for Your Smile This Christmas

As you eat your favorite Christmas treats and foods, it’s very important that you take proper care of your smile. If you don’t, your smile will suffer serious consequences, and you don’t want that this holiday season! So, to help you prevent dental issues and care for your smile, we recommend doing the following things… Read more »

3 Beautiful Benefits to Choosing Dental Veneers

We understand how difficult it can be when it comes to choosing a procedure that’s perfect for you in order to achieve the flawless smile you always dreamed of. That is why we are here to help you understand the benefits of dental veneers and how it can help you. Dental veneers are custom-made, thin… Read more »

Which is Best for Your Smile? Electric or Manual Tools?

You know that you should visit your dentist to have a checkup. You’ve probably heard that it’s important to visit your dentist every six months. While that’s true, it’s also very important that you take care of your teeth at home—either with traditional tools or powered ones. For many people, powered and manual options tend… Read more »

This Halloween, Don’t Scare Yourself With a Lost Retainer

One of the happiest times in your child’s growing years is after wearing their braces faithfully, and taking extra good care of their teeth during the orthodontia, the day comes when the brackets come off and they can finally see the results of all that hard work! To ensure that those beautiful pearly whites stay… Read more »