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Category Archives: Detecting Cavities

10 Toothbrush Mistakes — and How to Fix Them

Admit it — brushing your teeth is so second nature you barely think about it. But doing it right is a key part of good oral health, and it can help you avoid cavities and gum disease. Brush up on your skills with these easy-to-follow tips. 1. Choose the Right Tool Do you have the Continue Reading

Five tips to keep teeth healthy over the holidays

No matter how much you love your dentist, he or she probably doesn’t top the list of people you want to spend quality time with over the holidays. Follow these five tips to steer clear of emergency trips to the dentist’s office this season. 1. Don’t crack nuts with your teeth. Although protein found in Continue Reading

How Does Sugar Affect Your Teeth?

Easter is almost here, but have you thought about all the ramifications of those Peeps and jelly beans you’re craving? The Easter Bunny has a way of just dropping off those sugary baskets and hopping away. But it isn’t just your waistline that might be paying for all that yummy candy and chocolate you will Continue Reading

Holiday sweets can be tough on teeth

The winter holidays are known for sweet treats and tempting goodies, but that doesn’t    mean that you have to end up at the dentist with cavities in January. How do sweet foods and drinks cause cavities? When you eat sugary foods or drinks, naturally occurring bacteria in the mouth feed on the sugar and Continue Reading

Which Mouthwash Should You Use?

Of the market’s abundance of choices―breath-freshening, antibacterial, fluoridated, etc.―which is right for you? Here’s how to tell. If You Have Bad Breath but Not Significant Gum Disease or Tooth Decay… Use: Breath-freshening mouthwash, which neutralizes odor. Studies have shown that chlorine and zinc, the primary ingredients in these rinses, defuse foul-smelling sulphur compounds produced by bacteria. Continue Reading

Telltale Signs That Your Tooth Has A Cavity

You may not understand it, and the more you think about it the less you want to believe it, but you’re positive you have a cavity, and a painful one, too. How did this happen? You brush twice a day and floss regularly. You rinse with hydrogen peroxide, just like the dentist recommended. In fact, Continue Reading