Category: Oral Health

The value of oral health is hard to overrate. Heck, it even gets its own month! These posts will help you learn what you can do to keep your mouth, teeth, and gums healthy for life. Topics include the following, and more:

– Oral health and overall health
– Preventive dentistry guidelines, habits, and education
– Oral health during pregnancy


Treating Sensitive Teeth

August 24th, 2016 by

A Reason to Smile: Sensitive Teeth are Often Easy to Treat If you’re experiencing recurring or sudden sharp pain when drinking hot beverages or eating frozen treats, or while brushing and flossing, then sensitive teeth may be to blame. Tooth pain […]


5 Reasons Why You Need Dental Insurance

May 2nd, 2016 by

Regular dental care is essential to your overall health. In fact, how healthy your mouth is tends to be a pretty accurate indicator of your overall health. For that reason, it is important to get dental insurance and ensure that […]


Six Industries That Require Healthy Teeth

April 22nd, 2016 by

Smiling has been a way of communicating since history was first documented. An attractive grin may help a person do anything from make a sale to make a friend. Smiling with confidence is important to most people for a variety […]


How Each Tooth Affects Your Life Story

March 23rd, 2016 by

Your teeth go beyond your oral health. Your mouth is the window to your entire body’s condition. It shows signs of nutritional deficiencies and other problems. When your mouth has issues, you may face high risks of developing heart disease, […]


Brushing and Flossing: What Happens

February 5th, 2016 by

Why Should I Brush And Floss My Teeth? Do you want to keep your teeth? If so, you’ll have to brush and floss every day. Why? Because if you don’t, you could have unpleasant and painful consequences like bleeding gums […]


A Brief History of Dentistry

January 20th, 2016 by

In modern times, most people take care of their teeth by brushing them and using dental floss. Some individuals even rinse with mouthwash and use an insurance plan to visit their dentists, but humans didn’t always practice such a high […]


The Many Myths and Misconceptions of Visiting The Dentist

January 13th, 2016 by

For some people, dental appointments are routine, but for others, dental anxiety makes the process a serious ordeal. Fortunately, modern dentistry is an advanced science that typically results in positive outcomes. Here are some of the fears and misconceptions people […]


Ring in 2016 with a Healthy Smile

January 6th, 2016 by

Oral Health: at the Forefront of Everyone’s Mind This Year  – In 2015, more and more medical reports started to emerge about the importance of oral health on a person’s general health. In fact, poor oral hygiene was tied to […]


Stress and Oral Health

December 21st, 2015 by

The state of your oral health is an indicator of various conditions and personal choices. Stained enamel could indicate personal habits such as smoking and drinking copious amounts of tea or coffee. Misaligned teeth may point to a nail biting […]


The Power of A Healthy Smile

December 7th, 2015 by

A friendly, beaming and healthy smile generally puts people at ease and makes others feel welcome in your presence. However, years of anecdotal evidence and even professional and academic studies show that a good smile can do much more. Keeping […]