Picking the Right Toothbrush

A lot of people make sure that they're using ADA approved toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash in their oral health regimen. However, one part of an oral health routine that's often overlooked is whether or not you've chosen a good toothbrush. Believe it or not, but the right toothbrush can make a big difference on your overall oral health. Let's look... read more »

Four Tips for Fighting Plaque

There are many dental issues that can develop because of plaque, like tooth decay and gum disease, which is why it is so important to do your best to remove the plaque from your smile each day. There are many things you can do to properly and effectively remove the plaque, including: · Keep up on oral hygiene: Oral hygiene... read more »

How to Floss Your Teeth Effectively

Effectively flossing your teeth is easy! The ADA, or American Dental Association, advises flossing at least once a day to prevent tooth decay. Because a toothbrush is designed to remove plaque and food debris from the tops and sides of teeth, it can’t reach between the tight crevices between teeth. Dental floss however, is specifically designed to fit into those... read more »

Dental Care Myths: Are they Fact or Fiction?

Dental care and oral hygiene can be confusing and overwhelming at times, which generally results in the creation of myths. But sometimes myths keep you from completely understanding dental care and oral hygiene, and we are thrilled to help you solve the myths you hear every day! Myth No. 1: Sugar is the only thing that causes cavities. False: Sugar... read more »