Archive for February, 2019

5 Steps to Prevent Cavities

Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Common knowledge tells you to brush and floss to prevent cavities. There are also other tips that can prevent cavities.

Oral health is very important. Nothing is more enjoyable than being able to eat the food you enjoy without worry. Common knowledge tells you to brush and floss to prevent cavities. There are also other tips that can prevent cavities. Keep reading for more tips that can help aid in cavity prevention.

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The Dental Benefits of Botox

Thursday, February 21st, 2019

The use of Botox for dental needs is gaining traction across the dental industry because it offers a variety of benefits that can help many people. While you might think that only plastic surgeons should be using botox, when it comes to the muscles of the face, dentists are very knowledgeable.

While the cosmetic benefits of Botox are well known, many people are unfamiliar with the use of Botox for dental help. The use of Botox for dental needs is gaining traction across the dental industry because it offers a variety of benefits that can help many people. While you might think that only plastic surgeons should be using botox, when it comes to the muscles of the face, dentists are very knowledgeable.

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Benefits of Invisalign

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

So, how can you straighten your teeth without as much pain? The answer is Invisalign.

It’s normal to want straight, healthy teeth. Traditionally, braces provide a method in which teeth can properly be aligned. However, braces can also provide extreme discomfort. So, how can you straighten your teeth without as much pain? The answer is Invisalign. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of Invisalign. You deserve the smile that you’ve always wanted.

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How Cold and Flu Remedies Can Impact Your Oral Health

Friday, February 8th, 2019
Don't let cold and flu season damage the health of your teeth.

Don’t let cold and flu season damage the health of your teeth.

There are so many symptoms of the winter cold and flu season that leave us miserable: runny noses, persistent coughs, and the occasional stomach bug.  Thankfully, there are many different medicines that we can take to keep our symptoms at bay long enough to power through the day. Unfortunately, many cough medicines can damage our teeth and oral health! There are plenty of ways to find cold relief and protect your pearly whites this winter. Read on to learn more!  (more…)

Why Does My Child Have Bad Breath?

Friday, February 1st, 2019
Bad breath could be a sign of something more serious.

Bad breath could be a sign of something more serious.

As a parent, you are likely putting in significant effort to teach your children good dental hygiene habits. Brushing teeth twice a day, using mouthwash, and flossing regularly all lead to a healthy mouth. But sometimes even with all of these habits in place, your child can have bad breath. If you find that your child has a breath problem there are many factors you will want to consider, today we’ll walk you through five of the most common.   (more…)