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Dental Concerns When Pregnant

You probably know that being pregnant causes many changes to the body. What you might not know is that pregnancy has implications for your dental care as well. Due to the changes in hormones experienced during pregnancy, this period can negatively affect your oral health. So while it might be common knowledge to let your [...]

Dental Concerns When Pregnant2022-07-05T19:57:46+00:00

Toothbrush Worn Out?

Replace Your Old Toothbrush We've all seen an old disgusting worn-out toothbrush before. And truth be told, we've probably all been guilty of letting an old toothbrush hang around far too long. Understandably, you may be questioning whether or not to get a new one, and sometimes it's hard to determine where exactly to draw [...]

Toothbrush Worn Out?2022-03-05T19:20:40+00:00

Sensitivity Toothpaste

Does Sensitivity Toothpaste Work? If you were to take the commercial's word for it, you'd think sensitivity toothpaste was a magic cure-all! In reality, over-the-counter toothpaste may provide some relief from mild sensitivity, but addressing the underlying cause is the only way to truly solve the problem. Usually, teeth have a layer of super-hard enamel [...]

Sensitivity Toothpaste2022-01-09T22:31:15+00:00

Wisdom Teeth At-Home Care

After Wisdom Teeth Extraction... After you've had your wisdom teeth removed, it's crucial to maintain proper at-home care during the recovery period. Always follow your dentist's specific instructions, and remember the general guidelines below. Post Wisdom Teeth Instructions Pain, Sensitivity, Swelling It's normal to experience mild to moderate pain following extraction. If discomfort occurs, use [...]

Wisdom Teeth At-Home Care2022-01-09T22:24:41+00:00

Dental Phobia… What Can You Do?

It's normal to be a little nervous about going to the dentist. Truth be told, most people don't look forward to their visits. However, others may have an elevated fear that causes increased stress and anxiety before their appointment. Still others might have a true dental phobia, where the thought alone is absolutely terrifying. An [...]

Dental Phobia… What Can You Do?2021-09-17T19:34:07+00:00

Getting An Electric Toothbrush

Should I switch to an electric toothbrush? Or is my old toothbrush doing the job? For many people, making any change is a big decision. Maybe you make a list of pros and cons, carefully weighing benefits and potential drawbacks. Especially for significant changes that will affect your long-held daily habits, we understand that change [...]

Getting An Electric Toothbrush2021-09-17T19:31:52+00:00

Alcohol, Your Teeth, & Your Health

While some studies might find benefits in moderate drinking (such as antioxidants in red wine), you can surely obtain these supposed positives through other, more healthy options. In fact, alcohol consumption has mostly adverse effects on our well-being. Most people know this but still drink due to the cultural and social aspects. Of course, moderation [...]

Alcohol, Your Teeth, & Your Health2021-09-17T19:24:37+00:00

Popcorn Dangers

Dental Problems From Popcorn Popcorn is a great tasty snack. There's nothing like warm buttery popcorn to accompany a movie or while binge-watching your favorite TV show. However, popcorn can cause a real danger to teeth in several ways. Uncooked kernels can be extremely tough. Accidentally biting down on one can cause cracks, chips, or [...]

Popcorn Dangers2021-09-17T19:22:18+00:00