Archive for December, 2017

3 Ways To Relieve Tooth Sensitivity

Sunday, December 24th, 2017
Don't ignore these oral health signs!

Learn how to prevent and treat teeth sensitivity.

You may love eating cold foods such as ice cream, but you probably do not love the tooth sensitivity that comes with it.  If you suffer from constant tooth sensitivity, there a variety of underlying issues you need to treat.  Gum disease, tooth decay, and aggressive brushing are common causes of sensitive teeth.  Luckily, there are a few simple ways you can treat tooth sensitivity so you can enjoy your ice cream pain-free! (more…)

All About Tooth Abscesses

Friday, December 15th, 2017

learn how to prevent and treat an abscessed tooth.

It is critical to continuously take care of your mouth to prevent extreme tooth and jaw pain.  Poor oral health care can lead to you developing a tooth abscess which is an infection starting at the root of the tooth and spreads to the gum line.  A tooth abscess is usually caused by severe tooth decay that erodes through the whole tooth reaching the gum tissue.  To achieve exceptional oral health, you should know how to prevent and treat a potential tooth abscess. (more…)

3 Tips To Choosing The Right Toothbrush Just For You

Friday, December 8th, 2017
Replacing toothbrushes

Take your time when selecting a toothbrush.

When trying to achieve exceptional oral health, it is critical that your brush your teeth at least two times a day.  Although, you need to take your time when choosing a toothbrush because not all brushes are made the same.  You want a toothbrush continuously removes plaque and harmful bacteria from your teeth and gums without damaging your mouth.  Luckily, there a few simple tips you should follow when looking for the perfect toothbrush. (more…)

How To Maintain your Dental Health Over The Holidays

Friday, December 1st, 2017
Holiday teeth whitening

Make sure to maintain your oral health over the holidays!

It is officially December meaning it is time celebrate the holidays whether it is Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanza.  Spending time with family and loved ones is a special experience for everyone involved, although it can lead to some bad habits.  Holiday meals sometimes consist of foods that are detrimental to your oral health, and your dental care habits may decrease.  Luckily, there a few simple ways to maintain your dental health this holiday season. (more…)