Can Cosmetic Dentistry be Practical?

Can Cosmetic Dentistry be Practical?

Cosmetic Dentistry is often thought of as a luxury, but did you know that it has practical benefits as well? Here are 3 reasons why cosmetic dentistry is not only beautiful, but can help improve your oral health! It Can Impact Your Risk for Cavities Cosmetic Dentistry...
How Sugar Affects Your Teeth

How Sugar Affects Your Teeth

Sugar is delicious, addictive, and fun! But it has another side too. How does sugar affect your teeth over time? And how can you take good care of your teeth, while also enjoying some of your favorites? Understanding how sugar affects your teeth is an important part...
A Guide to Sensitive Teeth

A Guide to Sensitive Teeth

1 in 8 people experience sensitive teeth at some point, but often don’t talk to their dentist about their experience. There are many ways to try and alleviate or cope with tooth sensitivity. Be Gentle Some causes of sensitive teeth can be irritation from hard bristled...
5 Beneficial New Dental Technologies

5 Beneficial New Dental Technologies

What have you come to expect at the dentist? Are you anxious and worried because of experiences far in the past? Dental care is changing for the better, and you may find that there are many new dental technologies and approaches that will make your time at our dental...
3 Things You Need to Know About Fluoride

3 Things You Need to Know About Fluoride

Maintaining strong healthy teeth and preventing cavities is an important part of oral health. Nature has given us a hand in the form of fluoride. In 1909 a Dr. Frederick McKay began researching a peculiar brown stain on children in certain communities around Colorado...
5 Causes of Bad Breath

5 Causes of Bad Breath

In social situations, whether at work or at play, we can often be self conscious of our appearance, our mannerisms, worried about the impression we are making on others. One such worry may be bad breath. This can have an affect on everything from work interactions to...
Warning: Soda Affects Your Teeth Negatively

Warning: Soda Affects Your Teeth Negatively

Your teeth are highly sensitive to consumption of soda, and it’s been long known that soda affects your teeth negatively. The acids and sugar content in sodas result in tooth decay. On top of this, the dark-colored soda variety also has the tendency to severely stain...

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