4 Things Your Dental Hygienist Wants You To Know

Seeing your dentist and hygienist for routine cleanings and exams is one of the best things you can do to protect your oral health. And while your dentist certainly knows your teeth inside and out, it's really your dental hygienist who typically does the most preventative work, such as cleanings, X-rays, and fluoride treatments on your mouth. With that in mind, there are a few things your dental hygienist would probably like you to know and keep in mind regarding your oral health. Read More 

Three Advantages Of Laser Teeth Whitening Over Take-Home Trays

If you are unhappy with the color of your teeth, you may be considering having a professional whitening treatment from your dentist. There are actually two primary types of whitening treatments that dentists provide. The first consists of a series of trays that are custom-made to fit your mouth; you're then sent home with the trays and instructions for using them on a daily basis for about two weeks. The second consists of a laser-activated bleaching protocol that your dentist carries out in their office. Read More 

Damaged Smile? 3 Restorative Dental Options You Have To Restore Your Smile

Your oral health plays an important role to your overall health as well as your facial aesthetics. It goes beyond your self-confidence and how much of an impression you will make at a job interview (although these are both important, too!). If you have suffered through dental issues and do not have the beautiful smile that you once had, then you should take the appropriate steps to achieve that smile again. Read More 

Frugal Teeth Whitening: 2 Frugal DIY Techniques To Consider

Having whiter teeth is a goal for many dental patients. Teeth whitening can, however, be quite expensive. For many people, it can take several sessions to achieve the level of desired brightness. If you are saving up for a session of professional teeth bleaching but still want to brighten your teeth in the meantime, there are some inexpensive at-home options you may want to consider: Peroxide, Baking Soda, and Toothpaste Read More 

Oral Hygiene Tips For After Dental Implant Installation

If your teeth are severely decayed and you have decided to replace them with dental implants, then it is important that you properly care for them post-installation. While dental implants are impervious to decay, your gums and the bones in your mouth are not. For this reason, it is vital that you take special care of your new dental implants and develop a habit of excellent oral hygiene. To this end, here are some tips so you can do just that: Read More