The American Dental Association calls oral health “a window to your overall health.” Read our blog post to learn how poor oral health can lead to a variety of medical problems.
Do you ever think about your toothbrush? Turns out, you probably should because regularly replacing your toothbrush is pretty important for your oral health. Read our blog post where we explain how often you should replace your toothbrush, how you can maintain your toothbrush, and the kind of toothbrush you should be using.
Your tooth’s enamel is the key to its health. That’s because the enamel is the outermost, protective layer of your teeth. It is the first defense against cavities and tooth decay. Our enamel erodes over time because of wear and tear, but can modern medicine replace it? Check out our blog post for some key information on a fascinating substance that keeps you smiling.
Gingivitis is the mild, early stage of gum disease where your gums are inflamed due to a buildup of plaque. Hearing the word “disease” may be enough for you to wonder if it’s contagious or not. Read our blog post for the answer, and more!
There are some foods that pretty much everyone knows are bad for teeth–looking at you, candy–but there are others that should be avoided which you may not have considered. Read our blog post where we discuss some surprisingly damaging foods for your teeth.
You probably brush your teeth twice a day, but are you brushing properly? Read our blog post where we provide a guide to brushing your teeth the correct way.
Are you passionate about caring for the environment? If so, you may be considering an environmentally friendly toothbrush. Traditional toothbrushes typically use a lot of plastic. Read our blog post where we give examples of some toothbrushes that can help keep our planet clean, and your teeth clean too.
None of us want to hear we have a dreaded cavity or multiples hiding in our mouths. You might be thinking, “When did this even form? How long did it take? Why is it there?” Read our blog post for answers, including cavity causes and prevention.
Most of us know that certain foods, like those high in sugar, can be damaging to your oral health. However, there are many foods that can help clean teeth and even remove plaque! Read our blog post for information on foods that can remove plaque from teeth.
While sensitive teeth can be an annoyance, they usually are not a sign of a serious problem. Read our blog post where we explain some of the common causes of tooth sensitivity as well as provide some tips for easing tooth sensitivity.