Winter is just around the corner, which means chilly temperatures, holiday feasts, and plenty of festive cheer. While you enjoy all that the season has to offer, be sure to take care of your teeth! Check out our blog post for some tips to keep your smile bright and healthy all winter long.
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Each one of our teeth is made up of different layers that have their own purpose. The outermost layer is called enamel. Check out our blog post to find out why tooth enamel is so important.
Seeing red on your string of floss or tasting iron during or after a flossing session can cause alarm. Read our blog post for a look at the causes of bleeding gums and the remedies.
Taking care of your teeth and gums will have a positive impact on your oral and overall health. Check out our blog post for a look at what you can do for your smile to keep it shining and healthy for many years to come!
Every year at the end of October, Halloween comes along offering many sweet treats. How do you keep your smile healthy this year? Check out our blog post for five ways to avoid cavities around Halloween.
Aging can bring on weakened tooth enamel, dry mouth, and tooth sensitivity. Learn more in our blog post.
Dental implants are simple to maintain. In our blog post, we share how to care for your dental implants!