When You Should Brush Your Teeth

What is the best time to brush your teeth? Is there a best time, or does it make no difference? Should you brush before or after you eat? To help you answer questions like these, we’re happy to give you a few ideas. People typically prefer to brush their teeth right after they eat to… Read more »

Do You Want to Stop Tooth Decay?

Do you know what the most common disease in children is?  Did you know that the disease is dental caries, also known as cavities? Did you know that the same disease is very common in adults? But the news isn’t all bad, since there are many things you can do to protect your smile.  You’ve… Read more »

Being Fitted for a Set of Dentures

Problems with gum disease and tooth decay can sometimes damage the roots of your teeth, cause a loss of bone material in the jaw where your teeth are anchored, or cause the outright loss of multiple teeth. In reality, your teeth and gums actually have a more function in your mouth than simply chewing food…. Read more »

How Snap-On Smile® Can Give You The Smile Of Your Dreams

Have you always wanted a beautiful, straight, white smile? Of course there are ways to change it through the application of dental veneers and implants, but those options can be invasive and expensive. However, you can still get the smile of your dreams today with Snap-On Smile®. A Snap-On Smile® is a removable, restorative appliance… Read more »

Whitening Strips for Conveniently Brightens Minor Stains

A bright white smile says a lot about your and makes a good first impression. Tooth whitening strips are a very popular and convenient way for you to remove minor surface stains from your teeth, between dental cleaning sessions. However, you should always consult your dentist before starting any tooth whitening regimen. Whitening strips use… Read more »

What You Need To Know About Cavities

The Risk Factors There may be some things you do every day that increase the risk of developing a cavity such as: Keeping poor oral hygiene. When you do not clean plaque away with brushing and flossing, it will continue to produce acids that eat away at tooth enamel. Eating lots of sugary foods, frequently… Read more »

Night Guards Preserve your Mouth from the Damage Caused by Night Grinding

Grinding your teeth at night on a regular basis can cause a number of different problems. Chips and fracture in tooth enamel are the most common result. However, alignment issues and problems with the muscles in your jaw can be an even more significant long term issue. Stress is one of the most common causes… Read more »