Family Caregiving: 3 Ways To Manage All Of Your Family’s Dental Needs

Dental care is important from the time that first tooth emerges all the way up to the senior years. As a family caregiver, you know all too well the various stages of oral health, and lately it's getting crazy making sure all of those teeth are brushed. While your little ones are still learning to hit every tooth, your aging loved one now depends upon you to get them to the dentist. Read More 

5 Ways To Avoid Losing Your Teeth

Many adults these days have at least one missing tooth. Whether it is due to decay or an accident, missing teeth can lower a person's self-esteem and make it more difficult to speak and eat. However, if you make a few changes, you can keep your teeth for a lifetime. Here are five effective ways to avoid losing your teeth: Quit Grinding Your Teeth If teeth grinding is a habit of yours, you may want to consider stopping very soon. Read More 

3 Reasons To Change To A New Dentist

If you've had the same dentist your whole life, then you may have never considered upgrading to a new family dentist to take care of your needs. After all, your current dentist knows your brushing habits, common ailments you suffer from, and may even call you personally to remind you to come in for checkups. Why would you ever switch to someone new? Here are 3 reasons you may want to. Read More 

Common Teeth Whitening Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

If you are desperate for pearly white teeth, there's a good chance that you have taken the time to consider teeth whitening and might even be doing it yourself with over-the-counter whitening strips. However, you might not be getting the results that you want, or you may be experiencing discomfort. Here are some common teeth whitening mistakes and how you can avoid them. 1. You Didn't Talk to Your Dentist Read More 

Dental Discoloration and How to Treat It

Even if you have no cavities, you are probably concerned about the appearance of your teeth. After all, they are displayed when you eat or smile, so others see and judge them on a regular basis.  One of the most common cosmetic dental issues is discoloration. Teeth that are yellow or darkly stained can make your smile look less attractive, and even if the teeth are healthy, they may appear decayed. Read More