Sugar and Your Smile This Holiday Season

With the holidays close at hand, it is common to have a number of opportunities for sweet treats and acidic drinks (such as punch, fruit juice or cider, and alcohol). While these goodies can be fun on occasion, they can also be damaging to your teeth and gums. Sugar is actually really dangerous to your smile, though the effects are... read more »

Mouth Care for Busy People

It’s easy to let our lives get a little too busy for comfort. When this happens, little things start to slide. Oral hygiene, however, is no small thing! Here are some basics to remember as you keep up with basic mouth health habits. Brush: Remember to brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes. Try setting a timer if... read more »

How A Diet Can Help Your Teeth

You’ve probably heard that there are several foods and drinks you should avoid. For instance, how many times have you heard that you should stay away from sugar and soda? Conversely, how many times have you been told about the foods you should eat? Naturally, there are foods that you need to keep your smile healthy—specifically for the vitamins and... read more »

Powered Brushing and Flossing Options

Did you know that maintaining your oral hygiene could be the most important thing you can do for your oral health—arguably even more important than visiting your dentist. Please don’t misunderstand; you still need to visit your dentist regularly, about once every six months. But, if you struggle to brush or floss, what should you do? One important thing you... read more »