Restoring Your Smile After Mouth Trauma

Whether you were recently involved in an accident that damaged your mouth, teeth, or gums, or you were assaulted, learning how to live with an incomplete smile can be challenging. Without a full and complete set of teeth, you may experience difficulties eating and speaking. In addition, you may struggle with self-esteem issues and the risk of further dental complications. Fortunately, you can restore your smile after experiencing mouth trauma with one of these options. [Read More]

4 Ways To Care For Your Family's Oral Health

Oral health is a key part of an overall healthy lifestyle, and it's something the whole family can share. It's important to instill good dental hygiene in your kids from an early age. Here are four tips to help you care for your family's oral health: 1. Invest in dental insurance. Many healthcare insurance plans don't cover dental insurance. If you have healthy teeth, you might think you don't need dental insurance, but dental emergencies can happen at any time. [Read More]

Don't Risk Dental Complications By Making These Common Flossing Mistakes

Concerning data from the American Dental Association indicates that only 16% of Americans floss their teeth daily. If you belong to the other 84%, the simple truth is that you need to start flossing. If you're already flossing, you want to be certain that you're doing the job correctly. Lots of people floss regularly, but don't engage in habits that optimize this task — and that can be nearly as bad as not flossing at all. [Read More]

Are You Flossing Correctly?

When it comes to caring for your teeth, flossing is one of the things you can't ignore. When you floss correctly, you have less dental disease and your dental cleanings are more successful. When you don't floss correctly, your dentist can tell. Here are ways you can tell if you're flossing the right way, as well as tips for correct flossing so your next dental checkup is a major success. [Read More]