TAKE YOUR TIME When you brush, take your time with each tooth (at least 10 seconds each) and pay careful attention to the spots where your teeth meet your braces.
There are different reasons that may cause your gums to start bleeding when brushing or flossing: GINGIVITIS This is the most often the reason, and it’s the first stage of gum disease. Plaque at the gum-line that is not removed by brushing and flossing can infect the gums and they may become swollen, tender, and can start to bleed … Read More
Ditching unhealthy foods for tooth-friendly ones isn’t as hard as you may think. Healthy snacks, especially during the holidays, are a great way to maintain healthy habits for the wellbeing of you and your family. Here’s a list of a few goodies that will keep your teeth healthy while satisfying your taste buds this holiday season.
What holiday worries dentists everywhere? Halloween. Although it’s a time for spooks, costumes, and lots of candy, this haunted holiday can cause major issues for you and your kids’ teeth if you allow it. Avoid an extra dental appointment by following these Halloween tips to keep your family’s teeth happy and healthy this Halloween!
We are strong believers that prevention is the best medicine for your smile. It’s better and cheaper to avoid damage in the first place by brushing, flossing, visiting us regularly, and – of course – eating right. The food we eat has a big impact on our health. Here are five of the best foods for the health of your … Read More