There is some debate on whether or not chewing gum is good or bad for your teeth. Depending on the type of gum, the answer is that chewing gum is … read more
Colds and Cavities – An Unlikely Pair
Transiting from Winter to Spring is normally a favorite time of year for those in climates where temperatures begin to rise and flowers begin to bloom. However, changes in temperature … read more
Gum Disease Risk Quiz: Are You At Risk?
The leading cause of tooth loss in older adults in the United States is periodontal disease, also known as gum disease. About 80% of adults will have gum disease during … read more
5 Ways To Get Kids Interested in Brushing
Getting kids to brush their teeth isn’t the easiest task in the world. Often times, they begrudgingly oblige in order to appease you, the parents, but this isn’t the best … read more
What Are Dental Sealants?
Dental sealants are thin clear, white, or slightly tinted plastic coatings that are applied by a dentist to the grooves and depressions on the back teeth to protect the teeth from … read more
How Does Sugar Damage Teeth?
With Halloween approaching this week, many parents are wondering how much candy they should allow their children to have, and how sugar really affects teeth. Sugar is bad for the … read more
Top Three Signs You May Have A Cavity
A cavity in a tooth is a hole that develops when a tooth decays. The hole can grow bigger and deeper over time, so it’s important to get it repaired … read more
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