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4 Things You Can Do to Keep Your Children's Dental Development on Track

After spending much time and expense to keep your kids healthy, you're probably well-acquainted with your family physician. Similarly, you should be just as chummy with your family dentist: Read More

5 Tips For Keeping Your Tooth Enamel Healthy

You know what people say: "Protect your tooth enamel, and it will protect your teeth." Then again, maybe you've never heard anyone say that—but it's still true. Super strong Read More

Do These 2 Things For Your Health's Sake If You Wear Dentures

Today's dentures are more comfortable, more functional and more life-like than ever before—so much so that you might forget you have them in. Even so, dentures do have some Read More

Dental Cleanings Take on New Importance After Gum Disease

There are few things sweeter to hear than for your dentist to tell you your periodontal (gum) disease is under control. Depending on how deep the infection may have Read More

Practical Tips for Keeping Your Teeth Clean While Wearing Braces

Wearing braces can pose challenges for your daily life and habits. One in particular is trying to keep your teeth and gums clean. Braces or not, your oral hygiene needs Read More

Take Care of Your Gums - And Your Gums Will Take Care of Your Teeth!

Even masterpiece paintings need an appropriate frame. Likewise, our gums help bring out our teeth's beauty. But gums are more than enhancements for our smile appearance—they're also critical to good Read More

Take Care of Your Teeth and Gums Even While Camping

July is Park and Recreation Month, a great time to pack up the tent, bed roll and camp stove and head for your nearest state or national park. Just Read More

An Oral Irrigator Could Make Flossing Easier for You

If we were playing word association with the term “oral hygiene,” you'd probably answer “brushing.” And you would be right—brushing cleans tooth surfaces of accumulated bacterial plaque, a thin Read More

Here's to Healthy Smiles in 2021!

A New Year's resolution can be just about anything, from losing weight to visiting every major league baseball park. But a resolution you're more likely to keep ought to Read More

Keep Your Implants Clean to Avoid a Damaging Gum Infection

After years battling disease, your troubled tooth reached its useful life's end. It's been extracted, and we've replaced it with a life-like dental implant. So now, as far as Read More

Preventing Gum Disease Could Help More Than Your Teeth and Gums

The top cause for adult tooth loss isn't decay or trauma—it's periodontal (gum) disease. The disease may begin with the gums, but it can ultimately damage underlying bone enough Read More

Use Appropriate Hygiene Products for Maximum Smile Protection

After years of research, we're confident in saying that brushing and flossing daily are essential for maintaining a healthy mouth. A mere five minutes a day performing these tasks Read More

Whatever Your Vacation Plans This Year, Don't Forget Teeth and Gum Care

COVID-19 containment restrictions could put a kink in many of our vacation plans this summer. With leisure air travel discouraged and popular attractions like Disney closed, this may be Read More

Instill These Habits in Your Child for a Lifetime of Great Dental Health

As a parent, you strive to instill good habits in your children: looking both ways for traffic, doing chores or washing behind the ears. Be sure you also include Read More

4 Things You Should Do - or Not Do - to Maintain Your Oral Appliance

Millions of people wear some form of removable oral appliance. The range is pretty extensive, from orthodontic clear aligners and retainers to full or partial dentures. But while they Read More

It's Best to Avoid This Online Trend for Your Enamel's Sake

The Internet is truly amazing: It takes only a few seconds to tap into a vast store of knowledge to find information that once took people hours or days. Read More

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