Does Mouthwash Really Work?

| May 18, 2020 |

Categories: Dental Tips

Mouthwash is the go-to rinse to feel fresh, crisp and clean. We’ve all needed a quick swish. Whether it’s before a big meeting or right before bed, mouthwash is the tool used to top off our oral[...]

Keeping Your Smile Healthy Through Quarantine

| April 27, 2020 |

Categories: Dental Tips

Taking good care of your oral health should always be a priority. Still, precise care is especially important during times when you may not be able to visit your dentist regularly. By being[...]

How to Care for Removable Dental Appliances

| January 06, 2020 |

Categories: Dental Tips

Not caring properly for your dental appliances can lower their lifespan and even lead to health complications. With cleaning and storage differing for specific removable oral devices, it can be[...]

Taking Care of Your Tongue

| July 15, 2019 |

Categories: Dental Tips

We all know the importance of caring for your teeth daily, but many people ignore their tongues in their oral hygiene routine.

A New Smile for The New Year

| December 31, 2018 |

Categories: Dental Tips

Are you ready for a #NewYearNewYou? There’s no better way to feel brand new than with a fresh, improved smile.

How to Stay Cavity-Free in the Holiday Season

| November 12, 2018 |

Categories: Dental Tips

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.

What’s Your Bad Breath Telling You?

| October 15, 2018 |

Categories: Dental Tips

Nobody wakes up with their mouth smelling like roses, but for some, bad breath (or halitosis) persists even after brushing.

Maintaining Your Smile At Home

| September 17, 2018 |

Categories: Dental Tips

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.

4 Flossing Faults to Avoid

| July 16, 2018 |

Categories: Dental Tips

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.