Tag: Tag Archives: Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene is the clinical way to say, “Keep your teeth clean.”  Good oral hygiene will help you retain your beautiful smile and save you money on future dental procedures.


5 Positive Oral Health Benefits

July 11th, 2017 by

The benefits of seeing your dentist every six months stretch far beyond simply having healthier, better-looking teeth. Oral health is directly connected to your overall wellbeing. Every time you make a dentist appointment, your chances of enjoying the future increase. […]


Turns Out Your Dentist Can Detect More Than Just Oral Health Problems

May 22nd, 2017 by

The observations your dentist makes during a dental exam aren’t just limited to oral hygiene. Certain oral health problems can actually be early signs of increasingly dire conditions. These may effect your entire body, even conditions you didn’t know you […]


How Drinking Water Assists With Oral Health

May 5th, 2017 by

Most people want an attractive smile. It is usually the first thing that someone notices. Following a solid dental care routine that is filled with brushing and flossing is important. However, drinking water plays a key role in preserving your […]


Couple Appreciation Month – Why Healthy Couples Should Strive for Healthy Smiles

April 12th, 2017 by

April is Couples Appreciation Month. Whether you’re newly dating or a pair that has been together for decades, this is an excellent time to take inventory of your relationship and discuss what you need to move forward into the next […]


National Toothache Day

February 9th, 2017 by

National Toothache Day is Something to Smile About Following a solid oral hygiene routine and taking preventative measures will keep your mouth looking and feeling its best. It will help you avoid the need for uncomfortable and time consuming trips […]


Water Picks Versus Flossing

February 2nd, 2017 by

If you suffer from gingivitis, tooth decay, or simply want to prevent dental problems from occurring later, you might be looking for new ways to improve your oral health. The American Dental Association recommends using floss to remove plaque from […]


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, […]


Ring in 2016 with a Healthy Smile

January 6th, 2016 by

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