The Dental Spa Right From Your Home!
When we practice self-care, we might first resort to attending to the needs of our mental or physical health. Some of us might practice meditation, perhaps go to ...Read More
It’s Time To Schedule Your Checkup
With COVID vaccines rolling out, we may soon be able to start taking our masks off revealing our smiles again! Many of us may have neglected our teeth ...Read More
Types of Toothpaste & What They Are Best For
Why Is It Important to Use The Right Toothpaste? You may not think a lot about it as you apply your toothpaste, but it plays a major role ...Read More
At-Home Hygiene Tips When Social Distancing
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of our patients are practicing social distancing. In addition, many businesses including dentists have limited hours or services during this time. Luckily, ...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
What Causes Tooth Nerve Pain?
Tooth nerve pain can range from mild to excruciating and should be examined by a dentist as soon as possible. What Can Help with Tooth Nerve Pain? Pain ...Read More
How Do I Get Rid of My Bad Breath?
Chronic bad breath can be embarrassing and unpleasant. Also known as halitosis, bad breath can be simple to solve, or it could be a sign of another condition. ...Read More
How Do I Know if I Need a Dental Crown?
A dental crown is a tooth-shape covering that encapsulates your natural tooth and can provide a natural appearance. Crowns can be made from stainless steel, porcelain, ceramic, resin, ...Read More
How Long Should I Brush My Teeth?
Practicing good oral hygiene is the key to maintaining strong teeth and a healthy smile. It’s especially important to brush your teeth daily to maintain your oral health. ...Read More
How Often Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?
In general, you should replace your toothbrush or electric toothbrush head every three months. That is a general guideline, however, in some cases, you should replace your toothbrush ...Read More