Eating for Oral Health

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You probably already know which types of foods and snacks are bad for your teeth. Many of them are the same ones that a nutritionist would warn you away from for reasons of overall body health: foods and drink with empty calories like colas, snacking foods like chips, and sugary... Read more »

Don’t Let Bad Breath Ruin a Date

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You’re looking forward to a date. Unfortunately, you’ve noticed that you’ve had bad breath recently. There’s nothing that can be quite as embarrassing on a date as bad breath. So, what can you do to have fresher breath? Brush & Floss Your Teeth Brush your teeth at least twice a... Read more »

How to Choose a Toothbrush

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It’s been about three to four months since you bought a new toothbrush, so the time has come to replace it again. Don’t be sad to part with your toothbrush. Getting a new toothbrush frequently helps your oral hygiene be as effective as possible. If you are unsure how to... Read more »

How to Maintain Dental Health During the Fall Season

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The Fall Season means that it’s time for your little ones to dress up like ghouls, ghosts, monsters, and princesses and go trick-or-treating. This time of year is so fun for your little ghoulies, but it can also be hazardous for their oral health, and theirs too! Our dentists and... Read more »

Can Chewing Gum Prevent Cavities?

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Have you ever heard that chewing gum can help your or your child’s smile? This is true in certain cases. But what determines whether chewing gum is helpful or detrimental to your smile? Our dentists and team are more than happy to guide you in this matter. Chewing Gum With... Read more »

How to Floss Correctly

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Most people don’t have a problem with brushing their teeth morning and night, but many people think it’s ok to skip flossing. While brushing and flossing removes plaque from the front, back, and chewing surfaces of the teeth, flossing removes food particles and plaque from between the teeth, where toothbrushes... Read more »