Category: Advice/Tips

How Certain Foods And Beverages Damage Your Smile

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Attempting to keep your smile happy and healthy is a lifelong process. After all, there are countless threats to your oral health out there, and only a well-rounded preventive dental routine will help keep harmful bacteria at bay to prolong the lifespan of your smile. While dental decay and infection are among the most common… Read more »

Addressing COVID-19 Concerns During Dental Appointments

The disruption to daily routines caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 is affecting everyone. While there are important steps that each individual can take to limit the spread of this disease, there are still things that you want to attend to. If you have scheduled a dentist appointment within the next few weeks or months,… Read more »

3 Tips to Avoid Gum Disease

Dental health care typically focuses on prevention. When healthy, your teeth and gums are well-equipped to fight the harmful oral bacteria that lead to tooth decay and gum disease. Therefore, preventive care typically means making sure your teeth and gums are healthy enough for the fight. For instance, avoiding the serious consequences of gum disease,… Read more »

Are You In Need of a Modern Dental Restoration?

Have you spent several months suffering from sensitivity when you try to enjoy your meals? In fact, have you given up your daily cup of coffee, altogether, because the discomfort it now causes when you try to drink it? If so, stop avoiding dental pain, and talk to your dentist about how a modern dental… Read more »

A Brighter Smile, Without Teeth Whitening!

Most people would admit that they wish their smiles were at least a little brighter. This may be due to the fact that stains and discoloration are among the most commonly occurring blemishes that can affect your smile. Consequently, professional tooth whitening is one of the most frequently requested cosmetic dental procedures today as people… Read more »

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