Category: Oral Health

Reducing Risks Of Oral Cancer

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For many individuals and families, the biggest threat to excellent oral health involves the destruction caused by harmful bacteria. This includes the negative effects of severe decay or infection. Indeed, there are a number of treatments and processes that are used to address these concerns, but nothing is as effective as consistent practice of excellent… Read more »

Can Mouthwash Really Protect Your Smile?

Do you like to use mouthwash to help freshen your breath? If so, your dentist would like you to know that while mouthwash is fine in moderation, it should never be viewed as a substitute for proper dental hygiene. Mouthwash can be a helpful addition, but it should not take the place of either brushing… Read more »

Can You Drink Your Way to Better Oral Health?

Ever wonder if there is more you could be doing to prevent cavities? If you’ve experienced dental decay in the past, then you know all too well how frustrating it can be to be diagnosed with a cavity. Even though treatment is often fast and minimally invasive, like a simple dental filling, it is certainly… Read more »

Could Your Kids Be Struggling with Cavities?

As a parent, you likely do all you can to help keep your kids both healthy and happy. From making them eat their vegetables, to wearing helmets when they ride their bikes, a parent’s job is never done, especially when it comes to protecting one’s kids. Fortunately, when it comes to preventing and treating cavities,… Read more »

Did You Know Drinking Water Could Help Protect Your Dental Health?

Are you curious if there are any simple steps you could take to help protect your smile from common threats, such as cavities and even gum disease? Most people would be thrilled to avoid cavities and other dental problems, particularly if doing so was simple and affordable. Yet many people overlook one of the easiest… Read more »

Things You Should Know About Bad Breath

Bad breath is common, and most people will have to deal with it at some point in their lives. For instance, morning breath affects virtually everybody, and your breath might not be at its freshest after a whole day without brushing your teeth. However, most cases of common bad breath go away after a quick… Read more »

Spend February Honoring National Children’s Dental Health Month

Do you take great pride in the many steps you have taken to help teach your kids about good dental hygiene, and the general importance of caring for one’s smile? If so, there is one more way you can help emphasize the role oral care plays in protecting their smiles, and that is by celebrating… Read more »

What Foods Should You Avoid for a Healthy Smile?

The start of a new year, often means renewed efforts to eat healthier and exercise more. But in the quest for overall health, many people neglect dental care, which can be important to maintaining a beautiful and healthy smile. If you want to protect your teeth and gums, it is important to care for your… Read more »

Do You Keep a Proper Dental Hygiene Routine?

As you started this new year, did you find yourself wondering if you are doing all you can to keep yourself healthy, and feeling great, in 2017? If so, you might have looked at your diet, and exercise routine, and might have already made any necessary changes accordingly. But have you examined your dental care… Read more »

Keep Your Family’s Smiles Healthy This Holiday Season

The holiday season is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family, and to celebrate all that the exciting changes the year has brought with it. As you make time to share in these festivities, together, though, it is important that your smile’s care remains a priority. After all, if you want to start… Read more »