Want to skip this holiday? We don’t blame you, but there is no need. National Toothache Day is about spreading awareness and educating people on the importance of dental health and the prevention of toothaches.
With a looming dental appointment, some people will attempt to ramp up their dental hygiene in the weeks and days leading up to their appointment date. But most dentists agree that you don’t need to change your hygiene habits before a dentist visit. Some even believe that doing these things can actually hurt your oral health.
What do you think of when you hear mouthwash? A quick fix to bad breath? Cosmetic mouthwashes do a great job of masking halitosis. But you may not know is that some types of mouthwashes do a lot more. Here are some of the top rated oral rinses that we recommend.
For many kids growing up, the experience of braces is an oh-so-common memory. However, proper dental hygiene becomes even more important when these appliances are installed. Here are a few tips to help you or your teenager take proper care of their braces.
Questions about your teeth probably pop into your head while you’re brushing and flossing. But then at your dental visit, the dentist asks, “Any questions?” Your mind is blank. “Um, no I don’t think so.” Still, we know you have dental questions, so here are the answers to some of the most common.
Going to the dentist is something that we usually put at the bottom of our to-do lists. But why? These are the reasons why you need a regular dentist visit.
Have you noticed weird coloration or texture to your tongue? We don’t think much about it, but believe it or not, your tongue can give you a lot of insight into your oral and overall health. Here are 6 secrets that your tongue can reveal about your health.
Which is the right toothpaste for you? We know it can be confusing with so many options, so we are going to help you make your decision.
Bad breath, weak teeth and teeth discoloration are just a couple of common dental health issues that all different types of people no matter your age. While we all love food, there are some foods that cause more dental hygiene problems, which is why our Dental Care Center dentists avoid them.
At the Dental Care Center, we want to make sure that your dentures are performing properly and that you have the smile you want. In order to better serve our customers, we have compiled a list of signs to look for when deciding if you need a new set of dentures or not.
Brush, floss and repeat. We all know the basic dental care
rules, but are we really following them?
Take a look at these top healthy dental habits!
More than 43,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or throat cancer this year.
Dentistry isn’t dull. We created a list of fun teeth and dentistry facts for your enjoyment.
There are a plethora of myths in parenting. From thumbuscking to bottles, here are the truths about caring for your child’s teeth.
Did you know that only 50.5% of Americans floss daily? According to a study done by the American Dental Association, just over half of the people in this country actually listen to the advice of dentists across the nation. If you are a member of the 49.5% that doesn’t, here is why you should change your ways.
Our world is constantly evolving with new technology and business efficiency. The dental industry is no exception. Dentists are able to make their patients more comfortable than ever in the chair, and increase their client base due to new dentistry tools.
Daily care for your teeth is absolutely necessary for maintaining good health and a great smile. While your toothbrush takes care of your teeth, you need to care for your toothbrush. Here are the basics in good toothbrush care.
Beauty begins at your mouth and specifically the foods that you’re putting into your mouth. Did you know that there are healthy foods that actually imitate a toothbrush and can improve your oral health? There’s plenty and we’ve researched some of the top healthy foods best for oral health.
Could your everyday habits be damaging your teeth? We use our teeth every day to eat, but those other things you use teeth for might be causing harm.
Electric toothbrushes are all over the place these days, but are they worth the extra cash, or is the buzz just hype? Turns out there are pros and cons to switching to electric.