The Importance of Flossing

Every year Halloween comes around and the cavities are not far behind. This year, why not fend off cavities by remembering to floss? Did you know, flossing is a key factor in fighting off cavities? Well, it’s true! Without flossing, you are leaving parts of your teeth vulnerable to tooth decay and tartar build-up, which… Read more »

The Roots of Tooth Discoloration

Discolored teeth are fairly common among American adults, which is why there are so many teeth whitening products available in today’s market. However, in order to get the most out of whatever whitening procedure you choose, you need to understand what causes discoloration so you can choose the best product to counteract whatever discoloration you’re… Read more »

How Tooth Anatomy Can Help Your Oral Health

As you probably know, your teeth are extremely important to the health of your mouth, but did you know that they’re also very important to the health of your body? You also know that your teeth play an important role in chewing and speaking. But, do you know what your teeth are made up of… Read more »

Teeth Clenching: What You Should Know

Did you know that unconsciously clenching your teeth, which is also known as bruxism, can occur while you’re sleeping or when you’re awake? Many people clench their teeth without realizing that they’re doing so. This is especially problematic if you clench your teeth while you’re sleeping. With bruxism, you may have to cope with issues such… Read more »

What You Should Know About Sensitive Teeth

Do you have sensitive teeth? If you do, you probably know that there are a number of things that could cause you discomfort. However, did you know that you may not have to deal with sensitive teeth forever? In fact, there may be a few things you can consider doing to protect your teeth from… Read more »

How to Prevent Enamel Erosion

Did you know that your tooth enamel—which is the protective, outer layer of your teeth—is generally considered the hardest substance in your body? This is especially fortunate because your enamel is vital to your dental health. Unfortunately, while your enamel is hard, it can break down, leaving you more vulnerable to cavities. Tooth enamel can… Read more »