What You Need To Know About Your Child's First Visit To The Dentist

Posted on: 28 August 2019

If you're like virtually all new parents, you want your child to be as healthy as possible. You're probably up on all the latest information about child nutrition and take great care to feed your baby proper foods and beverages, as well as routinely keeping all appointments with your pediatrician. Like many other new parents, however, you might fail to realize the importance of dental care for your child because you've been told all your life that the health of the baby teeth doesn't really matter — after all, they'll be replaced by primary teeth soon enough anyway. [Read More]

Ready For A Fresh Mouth: Getting Ready For Your Dental Cleaning

Posted on: 2 August 2019

The prevention of gum disease and cavities makes regular dental cleanings a must. Gum disease is not just damaging to your dental health but can spread to negatively affect the bones in your jaw. Left unchecked, gum disease can lessen your body's ability to fight off infections throughout your entire body. Additionally, cleanings provide you with a way to keep a check on other dental disorders which could be deadly, like oral cancer. [Read More]

How To Keep Your Mouth Healthy During Pregnancy

Posted on: 2 July 2019

If you are pregnant for the first time, you might not realize that pregnancy can take a hard toll on your mouth and oral health. This is important to know so that you can take the right steps to keep your mouth as healthy as possible, and here are several things you can do that will help you with your oral health. Understand the effects of pregnancy on your oral health [Read More]

Here's Why Brushing Hard Isn'T As Safe As You Think It Is

Posted on: 11 June 2019

Maybe you've already been told this, or maybe you've never even heard it once before, but brushing with too much pressure is bad for your teeth.  You might think that using hard pressure to brush your teeth is going to be more helpful to wear away plaque and to keep your teeth clean. Unfortunately, you're probably causing more problems for yourself then you realize. The following can help you better understand the issues with brushing too hard. [Read More]