Poor oral hygiene can lead to many oral health problems, and so can a poor diet. Diet plays a significant role in keeping our teeth strong and healthy. Read our blog post for a look at five foods that promote strong teeth that you should start eating today!
Categories for Preventive Dental Care
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.
The safety of X-rays has long been debated, and it’s natural to feel concerned about the amount of radiation you could be exposed to. Read our blog post to learn about the safety of dental X-rays.
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!
Aging can bring on weakened tooth enamel, dry mouth, and tooth sensitivity. Learn more in our blog post.
Learn why consuming a balanced diet is a critical part of maintaining good dental health.
Dental implants are simple to maintain. In our blog post, we share how to care for your dental implants!
Pregnancy can cause a host of changes in the body! Learn how pregnancy can affect oral health.
In our blog post, our team explains the benefits of routine dental cleanings and checkups.