Make Sure to Use Dental Floss Sure, there are tons of products on the market that claim to clean your teeth, but nothing can replace good, old-fashioned dental floss. What makes floss irreplaceable is its ability to get in between the teeth, where surfaces are tight against one another, and attack the places where someContinue reading “5 Tips for a Better Smile”
Have you scheduled a dental cleaning yet this year? Brushing and flossing at home are great, but they are just not enough. To truly ensure you have a mouth full of healthy teeth, you should have frequent check-ups with your Dentist, and let them take care of the built up germs. Dental cleanings do moreContinue reading “Why Dental Cleanings are Essential”
While the importance of cleaning your teeth is obvious, it is only half the battle when it comes to oral hygiene. Maintaining healthy gums is an essential, and often overlooked, part of dental care. When you don’t treat your gums well, plaque builds up under and along the gum line and it creates an idealContinue reading “Best Ways to Keep Your Gums Healthy”
Let me guess, you need a few cups of coffee to get through your day but you’re worried about unattractive brown spots left on your teeth. You aren’t alone. Stained teeth are a real concern for coffee drinker everywhere. Luckily, there are a few tricks you can use to avoid the dreaded coffee stains. AddingContinue reading “How To Avoid Coffee Stains on Your Teeth”
We all know certain foods (especially sugary ones) lead to cavities, but some dental culprits can go overlooked. Here are five shockingly bad foods for your teeth: 1. Bread It may seem innocent to your mouth at first, but bread can wreak havoc on your teeth. When you chew bread, it’s broken down from starchContinue reading “5 Surprisingly Bad Foods for Your Teeth”
A bit more on teeth whitening…
There are a number of ways to get whiter teeth. Let’s go through them.
Dental implants are the best way to replace your teeth in 2018. Simple.
A dental bridge is used to replace a missing tooth. Pretend you are missing a tooth and there are good teeth in front of the space and behind the space. Those good teeth are ‘shaved down’ or ‘prepared’ to be little stumps. The bridge is cemented to these two stumps and has a dummy tooth in the middle.
As William Shakespeare once said:
“A tooth that requires a root canal almost always requires a crown.
A tooth that requires a crown, doesn’t necessarily need a root canal.”