Tips for Working Good Oral Hygiene into a Busy Schedule

Factors That Determine The Difficulty Of Extracting A Wisdom Tooth

Wisdom teeth tend to trigger various complications. Many people prefer to extract these teeth before the associated problems arise. What is more, some of these teeth are not easy to extract either. Whether or not your wisdom tooth is already showing signs of problems, here are some of the things that will determine the extraction difficulty. Tooth Alignment The alignment of the tooth is the angle with which it deviates from the normal angle. Read More 

Snacks That Can Benefit Your Oral Health

The foods that you eat play a big role in your overall health. However, those foods can play a big role in the health of your mouth as well. If you are looking for ways to improve the health of your teeth, consider incorporating the following snacks into your diet instead of those loaded with sugar. Cranberries You may not realize that cranberries have the ability to fight off tooth decay thanks to certain properties that assist with getting rid of bacteria. Read More 

What To Know About Your Invisalign Treatment

Your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you. If you are looking to straighten your teeth or fix your bite, there are a variety of orthodontic appliances that can help. While many still take the traditional metal braces route, there are other less obvious types of braces. Invisalign uses clear plastic aligners to gradually move teeth into the desired location. For many people, they work just as well as traditional braces but are much harder to detect and are more convenient. Read More 

Leave An Impression With Healthy, Clean Teeth

While many people detest going to the dentist, some people actually look forward to it. In fact, some people love dental hygiene and want to impress their dentist with their oral hygiene and cleanliness. Is this you? These tips can help you leave an impression on your dentist. Brush Your Entire Mouth That's right. Brushing is not only about your teeth, but this is lost on a lot of people who think they brush their teeth effectively each day. Read More 

Back To School Rules: 4 Ways To Protect Your Kids Teeth This Year

With summer quickly winding down, it's time to start planning for fall. If you have kids, that means a return to school. If you're like most people, back to school plans include new clothes and school supplies. However, back to school plans should also include plans for proper dental hygiene. Kids can experience significant dental problems during school, especially if steps aren't taken at home to protect their teeth. Here are some things you can do to help your kids avoid dental problems this school year. Read More