Preventing Gum Disease to Maintain a Healthy Smile
Because periodontal disease, or “gum disease,” is slow to progress and oftentimes painless, it can quickly reach the advanced stages before patients notice any concerns. Gum disease not ...Read More
Do I Need My Wisdom Teeth Removed?
The third molars, commonly known as the wisdom teeth, are commonly problematic for adult patients. These teeth, which are the last to erupt through the gum line, appear ...Read More
How Can I Prevent Gingivitis?
At Dental365, our professionals provide patients with solutions to achieve and maintain oral health and wellness. When patients are faced with issues such as periodontal disease, they are ...Read More
How Do I Make Brushing Teeth Fun for My Child?
Getting children ready in the morning and in the evening for bedtime can be difficult enough, and adding brushing and flossing to their schedule can make it even ...Read More
How to Maximize Your Dental Benefits Before They Expire
Did you know that your dental benefits reset each year, and if you don’t use them to their full potential, you are leaving money behind as you ring ...Read More
Should I Use Mouth Guards to Help with My Snoring?
Snoring. We’ve all heard it, and we all despise it. Especially the sleeping partners of an individual with chronic snoring habits. If you are being told that you ...Read More
Benefits of Veneers
At Dental365, we are pleased to offer a myriad of solutions for patients who want to enhance their smile. With restorative and cosmetic dentistry solutions including veneers, our ...Read More
What Foods to Avoid with Braces
For patients with moderate to severe misalignment of the adult teeth, orthodontic work may be required to improve the situation. Patients often turn to metal bracket and wire ...Read More
The Benefits of Manual and Electric Toothbrushes
There are many different choices on the market today for toothbrushes. One major option is choosing between an electric toothbrush vs a manual brush. Let’s look at the ...Read More
How Do I Know If I Have A Cavity?
What Causes a Cavity? Carbohydrates (sugars and starches) such as cereal, bread, candy, fruit, or cake can stay on your teeth. Certain types of bacteria use these carbs ...Read More