Professional Teeth Whitening Services: 3 Reasons To Use Custom Fitting Trays

15 November 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Most Americans would agree the whiter the smile, the more attractive it is. Having a bright, white smile is so important to Americans that professional teeth whitening services have become one of the most highly sought after cosmetic dental treatments, with the teeth whitening industry worth over $2 billion. If you and your family would all appreciate having bright, white smiles, then you should make teeth whitening a family event with your family dentist. Read More 

Lost A Back Tooth To Sports? Why You Shouldn’t Put Off Dental Treatment Now

25 August 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

If you're an adult who lost a back tooth while playing basketball, football or another type of contact sport, you may decide to wait to replace the tooth, or you may decide to not do anything at all. Putting off dental treatment right away might not be a good idea. Even the loss of one back tooth can have a big impact on your dental health. Here's how a missing back tooth affects you and what you can do to protect your dental health now and in the future. Read More 

Children’s Dental Appointment: 4 Types Of Keychains To Help Relax During A Cleaning

7 June 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

For many children, the unfamiliar atmosphere of a dental office can bring fear and concern as they see new tools and hear a variety of sounds associated with the environment. As a parent, it's a good idea to find ways to help a child relax and focus on something else other than the task at hand. By preparing them for the situation, the appointment can go smoothly and result in a positive experience with the dentist. Read More 

6 Tips to Help You Have Cleaner, Stronger Teeth

16 May 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Going to the dentist regularly for teeth cleanings and exams is one of the best habits you can have for good oral health, but visiting a dentist every six months is not enough to protect your teeth from threats. Having healthy teeth will require good habits at home, too, and here are some of the best practices you can develop to keep your teeth clean, healthy, and strong. 1. Use the Right Toothbrush Read More 

How To Establish And Build A Successful Relationship Between A Child With Down Syndrome And Their Dentist

12 April 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

Good dental care is an important part of the development of any child, but it is especially critical for children with Down syndrome. A big factor in making this process successful is developing a close working relationship with the child's dentist. Below are several things that caregivers can do to make the relationship successful and help provide a child with Down syndrome with the best care possible: Choose the right dentist Read More