Due to the advancements in technology, it is now easier for anyone to get the things they need. It is now possible to purchase groceries, clothes, and even gadgets online. Booking plane tickets and hotel reservations can be performed in … Continued
Nowadays, products that promise to improve one’s appearance has skyrocketed in popularity – for example, soaps, creams, supplements, make-ups, and many others! Even teeth whitening methods are sought-after by a lot of people. Many companies saw this as an opportunity, … Continued
The common restoration option for people who experience tooth loss is dentures. Although it has been available for many years, people still find it to be the ideal solution for their dental woes. The advances in technology did not only … Continued
There is no question about why dental implants became a popular choice for people who have missing teeth. They gained a positive reputation by being a life-like and long-lasting restoration that most people are in favor with. The key to … Continued
ADA Science Inside: From whitening to desensitizing, there are many different toothpastes for many different uses. Do you know what’s in your toothpaste of choice, and why? Dr. Jane Gillette from the American Dental Association breaks down the most imp…
Tooth decay doesn’t just affect adults, it can also affect your little ones. Common causes of tooth decay in toddlers include going to sleep with a bottle or eating too much sugar and carbohydrates. Brushing your child’s teeth twice a day with a soft b…
May you enjoy this celebration with your family full of laughter and peace. Happy Thanksgiving greetings!
Everyone’s heard of fluoride but what exactly is it? And how does it work to prevent cavities? Dr. Jane Gillette of the American Dental Association takes a look at the science inside your mouth.
In this video, we will discuss the signs of grinding (bruxism) and clenching and the effects those have on your oral health.
Have you ever wondered what makes up a tooth? The two main parts of the tooth are the crown and the root. The crown is the white part of the tooth you can see while the root is unseen below the gumline. Learn more about the various parts of a tooth an…