The holidays are a great time to indulge in your favorite sweets, but all that sugary goodness can lead to oral health problems if you’re not careful.
Nobody wakes up with their mouth smelling like roses, but for some, bad breath (or halitosis) persists even after brushing.
Just as you wouldn’t expect a doctor to keep you in good health without doing your part, the condition of your smile doesn’t rely solely on your dentist.
Although brushing your teeth twice a day is essential to your oral health, brushing alone won’t completely rid your teeth of food and bacteria.
What you put in your mouth makes a big difference in the state of your oral health.
Just as it’s important to brush your teeth regularly, it’s just as essential to know when it’s time to dispose of your toothbrush. It’s a good rule of thumb to replace your toothbrush every 3-4[...]
Do you dread making a trip to the dentist’s office? You’re not alone; dental anxiety and even phobias are common.
Dental anxiety is a fear of going to the dentist, and it's much more common than you may think. In fact, serious anxiety keeps millions of Americans from getting the preventive oral care they need.
Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution or a promise to your dentist, caring for your smile is a worthwhile goal for 2018.
One of the most common horrors of parenthood is the looming threat of tooth decay. Holidays like Halloween can be a nightmare for dental health, especially if your child has a sweet tooth.
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