Month December 2017

Reasons It Might Be Time To See the Dentist

A person’s dental health is crucial because it will affect the rest of the body. However, reports show that not enough people in the U.S. pay attention to their oral health. Statistically, people who earn higher incomes have a higher… Continue Reading →

Ways Smiling Enhances Your Overall Health

Smiling feels great and can help you look your best, but many people don’t realize smiling can actually enhance your overall health. Smiling has many benefits that can help adults and children. It is important to smile if you want… Continue Reading →

The Anatomy Of The Tooth

The dentist can be scary, but it can be a little bit more manageable when you understand your teeth. Learning about your teeth can help you understand what the dentist wants to accomplish. This is the anatomy of your mouth and your teeth…. Continue Reading →

How to Stop Your Child from Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking is a common behavior in children below four years old. This routine practice is used by children to find comfort or soothe themselves in times of stress and anxiety. Thumb sucking helps a child be calm, fall asleep,… Continue Reading →

Invisalign: Do’s and Don’ts

Invisalign is one of the most popular orthodontic treatments these days, because it’s a way to straighten your teeth that’s both discrete and effective. If you’ve been lucky enough choose invisalign as a treatment, you’ll likely find the straightening process… Continue Reading →

Oral Health During Pregnancy

Good oral health is always important, but becomes even more so during pregnancy, especially since now you have two lives to worry about rather than just yours. Hormones, which are essentially chemicals secreted by the brain and some other organs,… Continue Reading →

Fluoride 101

According to the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, as a result of the continued efforts of adding fluoride to communal water stores, there’s been an extraordinary regression in tooth decay. As a matter of fact, the CDC considers fluoride… Continue Reading →

Planning Your Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the teeth that always grow last, and they’re usually near the back of the mouth in a spot that can be hard to brush. While there are a few instances that a person might keep their wisdom… Continue Reading →

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