There are few things more unpleasant than talking to someone with bad breath. Eating a mint or a piece of gum is many people’s go-to solution, as it quickly masks the problem, but this approach often fails to address the root causes of bad breath. Keep reading for 4 natural remedies to cure halitosis.
If you have ever suffered from a migraine, then you know it is very unpleasant and sometimes can even be debilitating. Read on for tips on what could be the causing the headaches.
We know what you’re thinking right now, parents. “Yeah, right. My kid will never be excited about brushing.” The trick is combining fun and productivity and letting your child be involved in their oral healthcare. These 5 tips will not only increase your child’s level of fun, but also enhance their self-worth and social skills.
If your teeth have been feeling more sensitive lately due to the cold air outside, you’re not alone. Approximately 40 million people in the United States experience tooth sensitivity, according to the Academy of General Dentistry. So, what causes sensitive teeth?
As in most other areas of our lives, dentistry is going “digital.” Dental365 is now equipped in all offices with 3M True Definition digital intraoral scanners that capture a 3D video “impression” or model of your teeth.
If you’ve ever had a canker sore, or a mouth ulcer, you know it can be painful and uncomfortable. Read on for more information about what they are exactly and how to treat them.
Did you know dental cavities are the most common health concern for children and adults worldwide? Fluoride is one of the best and safest ways we can prevent cavities for children and adults alike.
It’s that time of year again! The holidays! With parties and mistletoe around every corner, you need to be sure your smile is picture-ready.
The end of the year is quickly approaching and we would like to remind you to take advantage of any unused insurance benefits and/or unused Flexible Spending (FSA) or Healthcare Savings (HSA) benefits that will expire at the end of the year.
As many as 20% of Americans experience anxiety when visiting a dental office. While most dental procedures aren’t painful, a bad dental experience from the past can sometimes haunt us for the rest of our lives. If you are among those panic-stricken when the word “Dentist” is even mentioned, please read on.