Category: Good Hygiene

Prioritizing Periodontal Care

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Caring for your smile is a lifelong process that often involves more effort than patients are willing to put into it. Indeed, nearly every factor out there negatively impacts your smile, and this can range from the foods you consume to the level of care you practice and everything else in-between. Though your teeth are… Read more »

What Is An Effective Dental Routine?

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When asked about serious oral health concerns, oftentimes the primary answer involves some variation of dental decay or infection. Indeed, decay is among the most common threats out there, and millions of people every year experience it in some form or another. While it may be common, it is certainly not the only issue you… Read more »

How Your Checkup Benefits Your Routine

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It goes without saying that taking care of your smile is a lifelong process. After all, your grin is constantly facing a variety of threats and other factors, so the least we could do is prioritize its protection. Still, many people fall victim to not providing enough care for their grin, and thus become more… Read more »

How We Can Help You Fight Gingivitis


There’s a good reason why dentists everywhere recommend brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing. Preventative care like this does a lot for maintaining good oral hygiene. Similarly, avoiding sugary and stain-inducing foods and beverages can keep your smile looking bright. However, even practicing the best habits at home cannot fully prevent all issues…. Read more »

Your Diet’s Impact On Your Smile

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It goes without saying that dental decay is arguably the most common oral health concern out there. After all, it affects millions of people every year in one form or another, and nobody is immune to its effects. Still, it may be a common concern that should not be taken lightly, but it is far… Read more »

It’s Never Too Early To Start Preventive Care

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It goes without saying that your oral health is among the most important aspect of your smile. After all, without healthy structures, appearance, function, and more would suffer significantly. Because of this, it is imperative we take the time to practice an effective dental care routine to achieve a healthy smile for life. In today’s… Read more »

Preventing Gum Disease With A Deep Clean

Preventive dentistry plays a major role in the strength and durability of your smile. Indeed, taking the time to practice proper brushing and flossing at home, attending routine dental visits, and paying mind to the foods and beverages you consume can go a long way. Bear in mind, however, that the list of items negatively… Read more »

Ready For Your 6-Month Checkup?

It goes without saying that preventive dental care is the name of the game when it comes to your oral health. Keep in mind, however, that it is much more involved than you may think. Indeed, a healthy smile requires a consistent combination of brushing and flossing at home, paying mind to the foods and… Read more »

Three Steps To Take To Ensure A Healthy Grin

A common misconception that many adults share is that making sure to brush your teeth daily is the key to a happy, lifelong smile. What a number don’t recognize, however, is that this is only a fraction of the truth, and ignoring the other steps will surely lead to complications down the line such as… Read more »

3 Oral Hygiene Habits You Should Be Practicing

The right oral hygiene routine keeps you safe from cavities and gum disease, and it can generally help you maintain a smile that you are proud to show off. Because we tend to grow so comfortable in habits like brushing and flossing, bad habits can sometimes creep in without our realizing it. When this happens,… Read more »