What to Do During a Dental Emergency

Are you devoted to caring for your teeth? Do you do everything you can to keep your smile healthy and strong? Still, you know that even if you care for your smile well, but do you know how to react to a dental emergency? We understand that a dental emergency can be stressful. To help… Read more »

5 Steps to a Pristine Flossing Technique

Flossing is a very important task that is vital if you wish to have a strong, successful, and healthy smile. However, if you do not floss properly, there is no use in flossing. So, we are here to teach you the steps to a pristine flossing technique: 1. Break off about 18 inches of floss… Read more »

Prevention, The Best Dental Treatment

Cavities, periodontal disease, abscess, and missing teeth are just a few dental problems which can cause harm to your health and discomfort. Though there are treatments available for these complications, there are steps you can take to prevent dental problems from developing in the first place. Oral Hygiene Brushing your teeth twice a day and… Read more »

What Is The Difference Between DDS and DMD?

You may have noticed that dentists’ names are often followed by the acronyms DDS or DMD. These letters represent the dental degree the dentist earned after many years of education. Both degrees have the same curriculum and neither is better than the other, so you may wonder why there are two different ones. DDS A… Read more »

How Soon Should Your Child Begin Flossing?

As soon as two of your child’s teeth begin touching, you need to start flossing them. This will happen when your child is about two years old, and they won’t be able to floss very well on their own until they turn ten. You are an essential part to your child’s dental care routine. You… Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth at least twice a day is important for keeping your teeth and gums healthy. But did you know that your brushing hygiene also depends on how you maintain and store your toothbrush? It is good to get in the habit of washing your toothbrush on a regular basis to maintain its cleanliness…. Read more »

Soda is Not the Only Option

Everyone knows that soda is bad for them, but it’s hard not to drink it anyway. Soda is not only bad for your overall health, but your teeth as well. The phosphoric acid weakens your bones and teeth. High fructose corn syrup is a concentrated form of sugar, which increases fat and cholesterol and makes… Read more »

Pain in the Tooth!

Sensitive teeth can be quite a hassle, as well as being a significant source of pain. Sensitive teeth occur when the underlying layer of your teeth, which is called the dentin, becomes exposed, which can be linked to receding gum tissue. There are a few different factors that may contribute to sensitive teeth, including:  … Read more »