3 Tips For Proper Teeth-Brushing Habits

Brushing your teeth is something you probably do at least once each day, but are you doing it the proper way? A lot of people do not use the right type of toothbrush or toothpaste for this daily habit, and there are also people who do not spend enough time brushing their teeth. Here are three of the best tips for you to follow to help you learn how to properly brush your teeth.   Read More...

Why Your At-Home Dental Whitening Treatments Aren't Working

Having white teeth is the ideal for many people, but it always isn't easy to accomplish. If you can't figure out why your at-home whitening treatments aren't working as well as you'd like, this guide can give you an idea. How They Work Tooth whitening kits at home typically rely upon substances like peroxide in order to make teeth appear whiter. These substances are very effective at whitening teeth, but only if your teeth are in an ideal, healthy condition.   Read More...

4 Simple Ways To Prevent Childhood Cavities

Children are very susceptible to developing tooth decay, and sometimes it can go unnoticed until the consequences of that decay are permanent. However, if parents employ some basic strategies on a daily basis, instances of cavity development will go down. Here are some things you can do as a parent to make sure that your child does not get cavities.  1. Get regular teeth cleanings With young children, many parents might skip regular dental visits because they think that primary teeth just fall out anyway, so paying for the dentist isn't as important.   Read More...

Three Advantages Of One-Day Crown Treatments

Not long ago, if you needed a crown put on a tooth, you would have to visit the dentist at least twice over a period of a few weeks. First, a mold needed to be made of your tooth. This mold was sent out to the lab, which made the crown. When the crown finally arrived back from the lab, you could make another appointment with your dentist and have the crown put on the tooth.   Read More...

How An Allergy Can Mess Up Your Dental Treatment

When you go to the dentist, you expect to get relief from your dental ailment, and not to get sicker. Unfortunately, you can end up feeling sick after your dental treatment if you develop allergic reactions during the treatment. Here are some of the things that dental patients are usually allergic to: The Dental Drugs Some people are allergic to some of the drugs used in dental treatments. What is more, they may not even be aware they are allergic to the drugs (meaning it may not appear anywhere in their medical or dental records) if they have never used such drugs before.   Read More...