Finding a dentist you can trust with your family’s smiles can be difficult. After all, those are the smiles you hold dearest to your heart, and you can’t just entrust anyone with that. In this blog post, we’re going to present you with some questions that will help guide you in finding a trustworthy dental home where you can put down roots. You only get one smile. Put it in good hands.
What Is the Dentist’s Approach to Dental Care?
One vitally ...
Sugar is a tooth’s worst nightmare. When sugar meets the bacteria in your mouth and doesn’t get taken care of, dental decay can surely follow. Fortunately, there are many sugar alternatives you can use instead. Read on for 3 sweet substitutes that are still good for your teeth.
Stevia is a perennial shrub native to South America. The many complex compounds found in Stevia create it’s sweet taste. Many people have been using stevia as a sweetener to replace sucrose (sugar). ...
Play a contact sport? Wearing a mouthguard is the best way to protect your teeth and mouth from suffering painful damage so you can focus on having fun and playing your best, and hopefully winning! We’ll take a look at what types of mouthguards exist as well as which sports require wearing them.
Types of Mouthguards
Stock mouthguards are relatively inexpensive and come ready to wear. However, they are not tailored to a specific bite because they come in generic, pre-formed ...
Metal braces aren’t the only way to get a straighter smile! If you’re unhappy with your smile and your teeth aren’t as straight as you want them to be, ClearCorrect™ clear aligner therapy may be an excellent orthodontic option for you.
How ClearCorrect Works
ClearCorrect is different from metal braces because they are subtle, clear aligners that straighten your teeth over time. They reposition crooked and crowded teeth using a series of plastic straightening trays. All you have to do is wear them ...
If you have persistent bad breath every day, you likely have halitosis. What exactly causes halitosis, and what can you do to freshen up your breath for good?
What Causes Halitosis?
There are a quite a few reasons why you may be suffering from chronic bad breath, despite your best efforts:
Dry Mouth — Mouth dryness means that there’s less saliva to naturally wick bacteria off of the surface of your teeth. Smoking, taking certain medications, drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, and using an ...