Month April 2018

Your Mouth, The Gateway to Good Health

There are billions of bacteria in your mouth right now, more than the number of people on earth. If you do not maintain healthy oral hygiene, these bacteria will stick together and multiply, forming colonies that become a thick layer… Continue Reading →

What Are Dental Impressions?

If you’ve never had or heard of a dental impression and were told on your last visit to the dentist that they needed to schedule an appointment to take one, you may be wondering why the dentist needs to do… Continue Reading →

Making Sure Your Child’s Teeth Develop Correctly

As parents, we must ensure our children’s oral health is taken care of. This can easily be a neglected practice if we don’t realize the dangers of bad teeth and how they affect the eruption of permanent teeth. Baby teeth… Continue Reading →

Foods That Brighten Enamel

Are you curious which foods can help brighten teeth naturally? Here’s a list of some of our favorites: Raw, crunchy vegetables such as broccoli, carrots and celery are beneficial to whiten teeth because of the natural abrasive qualities of crunchy… Continue Reading →

Is Dental Fear Real?

Did you know, people fear the dentist more than watching horror movies? Statistics reveal that at least 75% of all adults experience dental fear during the course of their life. Let’s take a closer look at this phobia and discover… Continue Reading →

How To Manage Your Teen’s Dental Habits

One of the best habits for keeping good hygiene is brushing your teeth. There are many reasons why you should brush your teeth and many reasons why not brushing can be harmful. As a parent, it is important to get… Continue Reading →

How Should I Start Brushing My Children’s Teeth?

Parents can begin massaging and cleaning baby gums even before the appearance of the first tooth by using a wet cloth. However, with the appearance of those first teeth, it is time for more involved dental hygiene practices. Read on… Continue Reading →

How Poor Dental Hygiene Affects The Body

We have all been told about the importance of caring for our teeth. Most people, especially children, think that there are only a few benefits of good dental care. In the mind of a youngster, these benefits include having pretty,… Continue Reading →

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