3 Signs You Know It Is Time To Replace Your Toothbrush

23 December 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Everyone knows it is important to replace your toothbrush often. The dentist and toothbrush distributors will tell you that you should be replacing your brush at certain intervals in time. However, you might be wondering if there are other signs that will let you know that you need to replace your toothbrush. Here are some things to look for to know it is time for a new brush. 1. Your Bristles Have Become Soft Read More 

Protect Your Oral Health During Pregnancy

18 December 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you're carrying a child, managing your health is important. Don't forget to also properly manage your oral health needs. Pregnancy can increase your risk of certain oral conditions, and for woman already dealing with dental concerns, pregnancy can sometimes exacerbate these problems. Learn how to keep your mouth happy and healthy throughout your pregnancy. Get A Check-Up Even if it's not time for your regular check-up, consider going to the dentist once you find out you're expecting. Read More 

Caring For Your Dental Implants

30 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You might not have to worry about getting cavities in your dental implants, but that doesn't mean that you can completely stop brushing your teeth. In order to keep your dental implants in place and avoid your remaining natural teeth decaying, you need to properly care for your implants. Fortunately, because your dental implants are placed into your jaw, you take care of them just like you would take care of your natural teeth, with a few small adjustments. Read More 

4 Lesser Known Dental Tips

11 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Taking care of your oral health is extremely important to ensure that you prevent certain problems, such as gum disease, bad breath, or oral cancer. In order to prevent these things, not only do you want to visit your dentist on a regular basis, but you also want to take your own precautions at home. Here are four lesser known dental tips that everyone should know: Chew Sugar-Free Gum: Sugar-free gum with xylitol is a great way to prevent cavities. Read More 

Make A Dental Procedure Easier For Your Asperger’s Child

22 October 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a child with Asperger's and it's time for you to take them in for a dental procedure then you want to make sure you do what you can to make the exam as easy as possible on them. The best way for you to prepare them for the visit and make sure it goes smoothly is to look at things through their eyes as much as you can. Read More