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    Superior quality porcelain restorations in a single visit.

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    The use of sedation and anesthesia in dentistry helps ease anxiety.

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    Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth.

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Category Archives: Dental Hygiene

Pediatric dentists have unique expertise and extra training to treat children with special needs. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1 in 5 households in the U.S. include at least one child with a special health care need.[1] Given that many general dentists don’t treat children with special needs, parents and caregivers Continue Reading

Good Foods for Dental Health

Water rules Water, especially fluoridated water, is the best beverage for maintaining your oral health. That’s because fluoride helps to make teeth more resistant to the acid attacks that can cause cavities. As of 2012, nearly 75 percent of the U.S. population had access to fluoridated water, so drinking water from your own kitchen sink Continue Reading

6 Habits That Harm Your Teeth (And How to Break Them)

Nail Biting The habit: This nervous habit can chip teeth and impact your jaw. “Placing your jaw for long periods of time in a protruding position can place pressure on it, which is associated with jaw dysfunction,” says Dr. Ruchi Sahota. The solution: Bitter-tasting nail polishes, stress reduction and setting small, realistic goals can help. If certain situations are triggers, Continue Reading

5 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

Healthy Habits for the Holidays

The holiday break is a great time to help your kids establish and maintain healthy dental habits. This includes good brushing, flossing and eating habits that are essential for healthy teeth. Parents and caregivers can learn more in this holiday themed tip sheet. Click Here to download PDF courtesy of: http://mouthmonsters.mychildrensteeth.org/healthy-habits-at-the-holidays/  

Tips for Brushing & Flossing

Even though we’ve been brushing and flossing our teeth for years and years, many of us are surprised to learn that we’re not doing it properly. Case in point: Did you know that proper brushing takes at least two minutes? Most adults do not come close to brushing that long. These four steps are the Continue Reading

5 Steps to a Flawless Floss

We know we should floss at least once a day, but not everyone knows the right way to do it. Use this step-by-step guide to find out how to properly floss your teeth: Break off about 18 inches of floss and wind most of it around one of your middle fingers. Wind the remaining floss around the Continue Reading

10 Tips for Healthy Teeth for Life

You have so many good reasons to keep your family’s teeth and gums healthy. Their sparkling smiles. Being able to chew for good nutrition. Avoiding toothaches and discomfort. And new research suggests that gum disease can lead to other problems in the body, including increased risk of heart disease. Fortunately, there are simple ways to keep teeth strong and healthy from Continue Reading

Tooth Enamel Erosion

There’s plenty to think about when it comes to your dental health these days. Practicing good oral hygiene to prevent tooth decay is just a scratch on the surface when it comes to oral care. You also have to take into consideration what daily habits will have a lasting effect on your teeth’s vitality. A poor diet can lead to Continue Reading

Caring for Your Teeth and Gums

With proper care, your teeth and gums can stay healthy throughout your life. The healthier your teeth and gums are, the less risk you have for tooth decay and gum disease. How Should I Care for My Teeth and Gums? There are five basic steps to caring for teeth and gums: Brushing Flossing Eating right Visiting the dentist Rinsing Tips for Brushing Teeth Brush Continue Reading