Tips for Maintaining Good Oral Health

Maintaining a healthy mouth is very important for maintaining a high quality of life. Tooth decay, periodontal disease, and other oral health maladies can cause significant discomfort and can lead to severe complications. To help people maintain a healthy mouth throughout their lifetime, the American Dental Association offers a series of recommendations, guidelines, and informational tooth. This starts with a... read more »

Rinsing: The Reasons Why Swishing Mouthwash Is Important

Did you know your dentist, Dr. David Blackhurst, recommends rinsing your mouth with mouthwash at least once a day? Well, it’s true! So, make sure to include swishing with antibacterial or fluoride mouthwash daily. This can help you, your smile, and your oral health in many ways. To explain, our dental team is happy to list the reasons why rinsing... read more »

A Dental Crown Restoration Still Requires Consistent Oral Hygiene Practices

Your new dental crown represents the most effective method for repairing or restoring a significantly compromised tooth. While it will not be susceptible to demineralization and tooth decay, you will still need to brush it twice each day and floss around it at least once each day like the rest of your natural teeth.   If residual sugars, plaque buildup,... read more »

How to Keep Tooth Decay Away

Cavity prevention is extremely important, and if you want to keep tooth decay away from your smile, our dental team has some helpful tips for you! There are things you should do on a regular basis to wash the harmful particles away from your chompers. Those things are: -Clean your smile: For the best smile results possible, it’s best to... read more »