1. Food for Teeth – the Christmas Way!

    As Christmas approaches, the thought which pops in our mind is Christmas gifts, Christmas cake, cookies and children being on their best behavior to be on Santa’s ‘Good List’ and avoid Santa’s ‘Naughty List’. In all this excitement we tend to forget about our teeth. So this Christmas we made our own list just like Santa. We often hear and know about food items which are good for our he…Read More

  2. Dental Floss Picks – Alternative for Dental Flossing

    What are Dental Floss Picks? Are you frustrated when using standard dental floss? Do you find long pieces of floss difficult to handle, especially when you’re reaching behind your back teeth? If so, you’ll be glad to learn that there are other ways to floss your teeth. A dental floss pick is a small plastic tool with a curved end that holds a piece of dental floss. And there’s a bonus—t…Read More

  3. I Brushed My Teeth With Charcoal For 2 Weeks—Here’s What Happened

    by Christina Heiser As a beauty editor and skin-care junkie, I’m obsessed with trying almost anything that might beautify me, and that includes activated charcoal. In fact, I’ve used this strange-sounding product to help keep my oily skin under control for years. Lately, I’ve noticed that loads of people have been brushing their teeth with activated charcoal in an effort to make their pear…Read More

  4. Comfort and Convenience of Invisalign

    Making the decision to straighten your teeth is much easier when you know that Invisalign® treatment lets you live your life the way you want to. With Invisalign aligners, you don't need to worry about the gum and mouth irritation other teeth-straightening methods can cause. Invisalign aligner trays are not only smooth and comfortable to wear, but they're also removable. That means you can conti…Read More

  5. Steps to Straight Teeth

    Choosing Invisalign® clear aligners is an important decision, so we suggest taking the time to follow these three steps. Take the Free Smile Assessment This first step is a quick and easy way to gauge whether or not Invisalign treatment will fit your needs. It’s free and can be completed in just a few minutes. Locate Invisalign Doctors in Your Area, and Schedule a Consultation Use our Find a …Read More

  6. Five ways to look after your teeth this Christmas

    Written by Karen Coates With Christmas just around the corner, everyone is ready and geared up for the festivities to get underway. Mince pies, champagne, selection boxes and umpteen bags of sweets will no doubt make their way into our festive diets. It's a thoroughly enjoyable time of year, but spare a thought for your teeth. Constant snacking, drinking and eating of sugary foods and drinks over …Read More

  7. Mobile Dental Clinics Help Reduce Long-Term Oral Disease

    Gum disease and dental carries are the most common problems in oral health among the US population. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that 47.2% of adults over the age of 30 years suffer from untreated gum disease. Additionally, the ADA has noted that 26.5% of adults age 19 to 64 years, and 16.7% age 65 years and older, live with untreated tooth decay. Not only are th…Read More

  8. How to clean your retainer: Eight helpful tips

    Most people would never consider going days without brushing their teeth. However, many retainer wearers go for long stretches of time without cleaning these devices.The same bacteria that build up on teeth can grow on a retainer. As a result, putting an unclean retainer in your mouth is like applying a bacteria and plaque-laden solution to the teeth and gums. If people do not know how to clean re…Read More

  9. Itchy gums: Causes, relief, and prevention

    There are many reasons why gums can itch, from an allergic reaction to issues with teeth. What are the possible causes, and are itchy gums an early warning sign that can help prevent other health problems?Gums are the soft tissue surrounding the teeth that provide a seal around each tooth. Healthy gums are essential for protecting teeth, and itching is often a sign that bacteria have built up betw…Read More

  10. Is Your Thanksgiving Feast Good for Your Teeth?

    Turkey The Good: This main course is packed with protein. The Bad: "Turkey can be difficult to eat because it sometimes gets stuck between your teeth," says ADA spokesperson Dr. Kim Harms. "That’s where flossing can help." The MouthHealthy: It's the star of the Thanksgiving table. Gobble it up! Cranberry Sauce The Good: It's a tasty Thanksgiving tradition. The Bad: Cranberries are naturally…Read More