5 Reasons Healthy Smiles Lead to Success

Did you know going to the dentist every six months could help you achieve your goals in life? Here are 5 reasons why people who go to the dentist routinely are more successful: 1. They’re More Confident Numerous studies have confirmed the link between confidence and good oral health. Americans reportedly believe people with straight teeth…

Brushing and Flossing: What Happens

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 and rotting teeth. You may develop excruciating dental abscesses. Your teeth may all fall out,…

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Alternative Oral Hygiene Tips

Have you run out of a basic oral hygiene product? No problem. There are a number of fairly common household items that can stand in for your favorite toothpaste or dental floss until you can make it to the store. Here are a few time-tested tips and tricks for making do with what you (probably)…

Basic dental care

Basic Oral Hygiene Overview

It’s estimated that 75% of Americans have some form of periodontal disease, which is the most common cause for adult tooth loss. That’s especially surprising in this day and age, because the means for prevention is well known: regular basic oral hygiene. So, let’s take a few minutes to review… The top 5 dental care…