How To Brush Your Teeth

How To Brush Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth is probably a standard part of your daily routine, but chances are you aren’t following the American Dental Association’s guidelines for cleaning your teeth properly. The ADA currently recommends that you brush your teeth at minimum of two times each day – preferably morning and…

Benefits of Flossing

Benefits of Flossing

To adequately take care of your teeth, you should be flossing at least once daily in addition to your normal twice-a-day brushing. Some people tend to skip flossing for a variety of reasons, but one common reason is because it takes more time. Although once the flossing technique is mastered…

Why Replacing Lost Teeth Is Important

Why Replacing Lost Teeth Is Important

If you have just had your tooth extracted, you may be wondering if it is really necessary to replace that tooth, especially if the tooth is not immediately visible when you smile. However, your mouth is naturally accustomed to having a mouth full of teeth and choosing not to replace your lost tooth can have…

Do You Have Sinus Pressure or a Toothache?

Do You Have Sinus Pressure or a Toothache?

The human body is nothing but a complicated biological machine. Over the millions of years of our evolutionary development, we have become one of the most complex and efficient of animals. And this biological wonderland can act in mysterious ways. Proper knowledge of these interconnected links…

How Smiling Impacts Your Health

How Smiling Impacts Your Health

Want to live longer? Simply smile more. Or so says a recent study from Long University College that proved those who smile more live 35% longer than those who do not smile and often or as long. It takes fewer muscles to smile than it does to frown and exercising those muscles can play a…

Veneers vs. Crowns

Veneers vs. Crowns

If you’re looking for a more attractive smile, there’s a wide variety of options available to you. Some of the most popular are crowns and veneers. Each of these offer you a better smile, but are made to solve different issues. What is a veneer? A veneer is a thin composite or porcelain shell that’s…