Do you make sure to visit your dentist at least twice a year to check on your oral health? Learn why dental visits are so important.

How To Tell If You’re Really Getting Your Teeth Clean

30 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most people have heard it before—you go to a dentist's office for a cleaning and are told that your teeth or gums could be in better shape. It can be really frustrating to hear this if you're already brushing and flossing regularly, but the reality is many people who follow a good pattern of dental hygiene habits still miss some spots. If you don't want to hear that your teeth could use a boost the next time you head to the dentist, try this easy tip. Read More …

Choosing The Right Type Of Invisible Braces For You

2 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Once upon a time, the biggest cosmetic choice you had to make when getting braces was what color to pick for the bands on your braces' brackets. These days, however, there are plenty of choices that go beyond traditional metal braces. If you're interested in invisible braces but don't know much about them, here's what you need to know about the three major types of "invisible" braces. Invisible Aligners Invisible aligners are the thin, clear plastic braces that can readily be put on and removed. Read More …

Methods Dentists Use To Find Decay On Teeth

4 June 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Every other time you visit the dentist, he or she will take x-rays of your teeth. While this is one of the best methods dentists use to spot decay on teeth, it is not the only method. In fact, there are several other great methods dentists use for this purpose, and here are some of them. Dental tools When you first sit down in the dental chair, the dentist will come in and take a look at your mouth. Read More …

Four Ways To Support Your Teeth After Whitening

2 May 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you've just had your teeth whitened, you may notice that they're more sensitive than they were before. Sensitivity is a natural reaction to the teeth whitening process, but it's still not fun. You'll need to give your teeth extra support for a while so they can return to normal, and if you have whitening treatments regularly, you'll need to offer your teeth extra support on a regular basis. Here are four ways to support your teeth after whitening. Read More …

Types Of Dental Cleanings

4 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

In order for you to avoid tooth decay and gum disease, your teeth need to be cleaned regularly. Some types of dental cleanings are performed at home. Others are conducted at the office of your dentist.  Here are several types of dental cleanings and how they should be performed. Daily Brushing Each day, you should brush your teeth at least twice. Each session should last about two minutes and cover all available tooth surfaces. Read More …