After a long day, it’s understandable that you may want to skip over flossing. Yet, it’s best to fight the urge since cleaning between your teeth helps remove plaque, the source of cavities and gum disease. Read our blog post for advice on flossing correctly and avoiding common flossing mistakes.
It might not seem obvious, but your oral health has a major influence on your overall health, especially your heart health. Check out our blog post where we take a look at the relationship between your heart health and oral health, and how you can take measures to improve both.
Struggling to make oral care a part of your daily and nightly routine? The key might be the organization of your bathroom counter. Read our blog post for some tips for how you can fix up your space and prioritize a healthy smile.
The pandemic has been difficult in so many ways. It’s also changed our normal schedules and increased how often we snack. What are the effects of this change? Is snacking during the pandemic causing tooth cavities? Read our blog post for answers!
While getting treatment for gum disease is always an option, we believe that prevention of the disease in the first place is always the best course of action. By taking certain simple steps, you can save yourself the stress and discomfort that can come along with periodontal disease. Ready to get started? Here’s what you […]
The holiday season is approaching quickly, which means it’s time to start thinking about stocking stuffers. If you’re interested in getting things that are both affordable and useful, consider a fun item that also promotes good oral health. Check out our blog post for five ideas.
When you take care of your teeth and gums, you’re not just looking after your oral health, you’re looking after your total body wellness. Check out our blog post for a look at medical conditions caused by poor oral health.
Most Americans have had a cavity at some point in their lives. If you think you have developed a cavity, be sure to see us right away or your cavity could turn into a much bigger problem. Read our blog post to learn what happens if a cavity is left untreated.