Being Prepared For A Dental Emergency

Being Prepared For A Dental EmergencyIt is important to stay calm when an emergency of any kind happens. The best way to stay calm is to feel prepared. A dental emergency can be anything from a broken crown to a knocked-out tooth to severe pain from a toothache. You may ask yourself questions like, “Is this an emergency?,” “What should I do?,” and “Who do I call?.” Having these answers already in your brain will keep you calm in the face of high adrenaline caused by the emergency. (more…)

Why, How, And When To Brush Your Tongue

The thought of brushing your tongue as part of your dental hygiene might feel very unfamiliar to you. However, that doesn’t mean that it isn’t something you should be doing. The truth is, we suggest that you clean this part of your oral system every day! To help take the edge off of any shock you might be feeling (and to ensure you know what to do from here on out), we suggest you take our advice seriously!


Bruxism: Important Questions

There’s something about bruxism disorder that can really confuse people. Do you know what it is? Well, one of the main problems in diagnosing yourself is the fact that there’s a very good chance you’re not even aware of the grinding or clenching that’s going on. As a result, we’d like to ask you some important questions that will help you receive bruxism treatment if you need it.


How You Can Improve Your Smile’s Appearance

Are you hiding your smile behind your hand because of a damaged tooth? Do you have blemished, chipped, or misshapen teeth? Are you living with gums that are covering up what would otherwise be a brilliant smile? You may want to talk to your dentist about cosmetic dentistry. Although cosmetic dentistry’s main objective is to improve your smile’s appearance, it can also improves your overall oral health. Here are a few treatments that prove cosmetic dentistry is for more than just looks. (more…)

How To Cope: When You Hate Your Dental Floss

We have most certainly heard this story before: You hate your dental floss. You don’t really even want to look at it, which is why it stays in the drawer most of the time even though you’re very consistent with your brushing habits. As you probably know, when you don’t floss, you don’t make the most of your other efforts (brushing and visits with us) because you’re missing a lot of plaque! Fortunately, we can help you find floss that you are happy to add to your dental hygiene, so say goodbye to stress and hello to a little advice.


Your Smile: What It Is (And Isn’t) For

You might not spend a whole lot of time contemplating the very purpose of your smile. Instead, you go about your day, using it as necessary, and appreciating it when you happen to take a very good photo. While we don’t encourage you to obsess over its deeper meaning, of course, we do suggest that you keep a couple things in mind in order to protect your smile health: Remember that there are some things your smile is cut out to do … and things it is not. We are happy to offer a simple overview.


FAQs: What’s With My Smile Sensitivity?

Finding yourself face to face with daily smile sensitivity can feel like a very scary place to be. Either you’ve been dealing with it for a long time and it’s starting to wear on you or it suddenly appears and you have no idea how to respond. The good news is that this is a common problem for which there are a variety of improvement methods. To get you started on what’s happening and how to deal with it, simply make your way through our FAQs session.


Your Brushing: The Good, The Bad, And The Helpful Tips

Brushing your teeth seems very simple at first glance. Fortunately, it is a simple process that can help you attain and maintain exceptional oral health. However, when you’re feeling a little fuzzy on the guidelines and exactly what you should be doing, making it through a successful and relaxing dental hygiene session can feel exhausting instead of empowering. Not to fear: We are here to explain the good, the bad, and to provide some additional helpful tips.


Dental Contouring: Magic Or Simple Cosmetic Care?

When you learn that there’s a cosmetic dentistry treatment that can address your smile concerns, that it’s very budget-friendly, and that it will work in a jiffy, you might feel like you’ve been introduced to some brand of fantastic magic. While the benefits of dental contouring can certainly lead one to such conclusions, the truth is that it’s simply a common and effective treatment that can help you take care of esthetic concerns. Now, if you don’t know a thing about contouring but your smile could certainly use some gentle reshaping, we suggest you learn just a bit more about how those seemingly magical qualities might work for you!


I Want Whiter Teeth! Now What?

Are you absolutely ready to do something about your discoloration but your plans come to a screeching halt when you realize you don’t know where to begin? First things first, we strongly suggest against trying out products from the drugstore and instead, coming in to receive professional cosmetic care. It’s the safest and most surefire way to ensure you end up with a much brighter, whiter grin according to your particular needs. So, without further ado, take in some helpful advice!