3 Tips For Better Infant Dental Health

Most adults know that dental care plays an important role in helping children maintain good oral health. It may be difficult for new parents to determine when dental care should begin. If you are unsure how to care for your child's teeth, it's important to recognize that proper dental care begins in infancy. Here are three things you can do to ensure your infant will have the best possible oral health in the future. Read More 

What To Do If Your Child Has A Tooth Injury

If your child injures their permanent tooth, the way you handle the situation can determine the extent of permanent injury there is to the tooth and even whether or not your dentist is going to be able to save it. This article covers some of the different types of dental injuries your child may incur and explains what you should do in each situation. Your child knocks one of their teeth loose Read More 

Caring For Dentures And Your Gums Is Important – But Not Difficult

When faced with the prospect of getting a full set of dentures, it can seem frustrating to imagine changing your personal hygiene regimen. You won't be able to just brush twice a day and floss daily; you know there's an entire process involved. Don't let the idea of keeping your dentures and gums in great condition get you down. Follow certain steps in a methodical way and soon it'll become an easy routine. Read More 

Why Dentures Still Make Sense Today

With all of the new cosmetic dentistry options on the market today, you might think that dentures are out-dated. After all, dentures have been around for nearly 2000 years. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Modern dentures are affordable, comfortable and much less invasive than options like dental implants. In fact, dentures offer a vast number of benefits. Benefits of opting for dentures 1. Give your smile a natural look. Read More 

Tips for Brushing Your Teeth

Everyone has heard of how important it is to brush your teeth twice a day and to floss regularly. This is great advice from the dental community and can help you keep your mouth healthy and your teeth strong. But just because you know you should brush your teeth does not mean that you know how to do it correctly. There is a lot of talk about how you should brush your teeth and the best way to do it. Read More