Halloween is just around the corner! This means spooky ghouls and goblins will soon be coming to your front door asking for treats. But what is best to give trick-or-treaters to preserve the health of their teeth? Read our blog post to learn about the best and worst Halloween candy for teeth!
The way crooked teeth look is enough reason for most people to want to correct them, but there are actually even more advantages to straightening out one’s smile. Crooked teeth can set the ground for a number of other oral health issues. Check out our blog post where we look at some of the health complications that can arise from crooked teeth.
More commonly known as teeth grinding, bruxism is a serious dental health issue that needs to be addressed with the dentist. Check out our blog post where we explain the signs and symptoms of bruxism so you know what to look out for.
While they may not happen to you, dental emergencies are an experience that you should be prepared for. Knowing what to do during a dental emergency can be the difference between losing and saving a tooth. Check out our blog post where we explain what you should do during some of the more common dental emergencies.
This summer, along with shielding your skin, you should also think about safeguarding your teeth. Read our blog post where we show you 5 ways that you can protect your teeth this summer.
Have you ever been flossing and then noticed blood in your mouth? Read our blog post where we discuss why flossing makes your gums bleed, including conditions that required dental care.
There are a number of ways that straight teeth can improve your life. Read our blog post where we look at some of the most common things that demonstrate the impact of a straight smile. Contact us to discuss your smile!
Dental calculus. It’s a thing, and it has nothing to do with derivatives, slopes, integrals, or anything else to do with the math you left behind in high school. Also often called tartar, dental calculus is a hardened build-up of plaque on your teeth. Read our blog post to learn more, including tips on prevention.
Acid is one of the worst things for your teeth because it wears away your enamel, making your teeth more susceptible to tooth decay. Read our blog post where we explain which acidic foods and drinks you should avoid, what enamel erosion does to your teeth, and how to prevent your enamel from weakening.
When you break a tooth, whether it’s chipped, cracked, or split, you should seek professional attention from your dentist. Read our blog post where we go through a number of dental issues to help you determine what to do about a broken tooth. Contact us if you have a broken tooth!