Insights on Fluoride Supplements

Every day the natural bacteria in your mouth, as well as acidic foods and drinks can attack the mineral in your tooth enamel on a microscopic level. This process known as demineralization. Chronic demineralization can cause enamel erosion, which makes your teeth more prone to issues with sensitivity and tooth decay. When your tooth enamel… Read more »

3 Tips on Choosing the Best Toothbrush for Your Child

Whether you believe it or not, oral hygiene is very important for children, even if their permanent teeth have yet to grow into place. Baby teeth are important as well, and it’s best that your child takes care of them each day. However, in order to do that, your child needs the right tool. So,… Read more »

Are Dental Implants on Your Horizon?

Dental implants are a replacement for the roots of a tooth, and have changed the face of dentistry in the last 25 years. They are a viable option for many people, if you are a good candidate. How important is age in factoring in whether or not a person can have a dental implant? Adults are… Read more »

The Effects of Sports on Your Oral Health

If you play sports—or if your child plays sports—you probably know how important it is to wear a mouthguard. A custom mouthguard can protect your falling out, cracking, and chipping. Your dentist can even create a custom mouthguard that will offer you more comfort and protection. But, aside from the risk of damaging your teeth,… Read more »

How Thankful Are You for Your Teeth?

November is a time for holiday get-togethers, time with loved ones and reflecting on what you are thankful for. In your day to day doings, do you ever think about how well your teeth serve you? Besides looking nice in your mouth, they help you talk and they help you survive by allowing you to… Read more »

Getting a Custom Mouth Guard

Tooth fractures and having a tooth knocked out are two of the more common dental emergencies. It’s estimated that each year over 20,000 teeth are knocked out due to contact sports. Many athletes find that off-the-shelf mouthguards are uncomfortable. This is even more common for athletes with braces. As a result they tend to wear… Read more »

Food Really Does Affect Your Oral Health

There are many ways you can keep your smile healthy and strong. Brushing, flossing, and attending six month checkups regularly are excellent habits that will help you obtain pristine oral health. However, many people do not know that there are many foods that can damage your teeth and oral health. The best way to keep… Read more »