Happy Tips for Preventing Cavities

Preserving Good Oral Health Relies on Consistent Hygiene Practices

A Consistent Oral Hygiene Regimen in the First Line of Defense Against Gum Disease

The Work Habits that Can Harm Your Smile

Happy Tips for Preventing Cavities

A cavity-free smile is a happy smile, and more importantly a healthy one too! Keeping your smile free from cavities is always a wise idea. Did you know, in most cases, cavities can be prevented? Well, it’s true! Cavities can cause severe damage, which is why it’s always better to avoid if possible. To help you understand more about preventing... read more »

Preserving Good Oral Health Relies on Consistent Hygiene Practices

The health of your mouth can be a significant factor in your overall quality of life. The discomfort of cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems can limit your food choices, affect your self-esteem, cause anxiety, and could potentially prove costly to treat. To help prevent these problems the American Dental Association offers several recommendations. This starts with consistently... read more »

A Consistent Oral Hygiene Regimen in the First Line of Defense Against Gum Disease

The American Dental Association was founded to help American consumers preserve their long term oral health. They do this by providing a series of recommendations, guidelines, and information tools to help maximize your efforts at preventing oral health problems. Brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once forms the basis of an effective daily oral hygiene regimen.... read more »

The Work Habits that Can Harm Your Smile

When you’re at work, it’s normal to focus more on your tasks than your smile, right? Right. Unfortunately, there are habits you might participate in at work that can harm your teeth and gums, so our dentist, Dr. Lyndel Stripling, encourages you to keep your smile in mind and avoid them at all costs. Some of those habits are: -Using... read more »