• Investing in Kids’ Smiles: Preventive Dentistry for Your Children

    Posted on August 14, 2019

    Investing in Kids’ Smiles: Preventive Dentistry for Your Children

  • 5 Common Childhood Dental Problems

    Posted on August 10, 2018

    Childhood is a critical time to establish healthy dental habits and good oral health. While most children can avoid dental issues by brushing and flossing, eating healthy foods, and drinking healthy amounts of water, some children may still face dental issues. Here are the top five common childhood dental problems to look out for.   […]

  • Brushing Baby’s First Teeth –Care for Perfect Smiles!

    Posted on February 27, 2018

    Your baby’s first teeth are cause for celebration! With every early memory comes some responsibility, a baby’s teeth need constant care. It’s important to brush your baby’s teeth the right way – more than 45% of U.S. children aged 2-11 have cavities. What’s more, the typical child has 1-2 decaying teeth. But with some practical […]

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  • How Dental Care Changes As You Age

    Posted on February 20, 2018

    Teeth are the hardest part of the human body – even harder than bones. Despite the fact that tooth enamel is stronger than steel, it doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. In fact, the fact that teeth are so strong is actually counterproductive for good dental healthcare. One of the most common dental care mistakes is to […]

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  • Common Dental Problems Faced by Adults

    Posted on February 6, 2018

    Whenever there is breaking news or an announcement of the “next big thing” in personal health care, there’s a pretty good chance it’s NOT about dental care. From fad diets to which foods we should avoid to improving cognitive function, it seems like 99% of “health” news excludes everything and anything about the teeth and […]

    Common Dental Problems Faced by Adults

  • Eliminate Plaque & Stop Gum Disease – Advice Straight From the Dental Office

    Posted on January 18, 2018

    Gum disease usually isn’t regarded as a serious oral healthcare problem – but it should be. For a variety of reasons, many people think gum disease (technical term: periodontal disease) is one of those annoying health issues that should simply be managed, not eliminated. Yet equating periodontal disease to a sore knee or a brief […]

    Eliminate Plaque & Stop Gum Disease – Advice Straight From the Dental Office

  • Five Reasons Why You Should Be Flossing

    Posted on June 30, 2017

    Do you floss your teeth at least once per day? If you do, you’re doing a better job than most Americans. Only about 30% of U.S. adults floss daily, while another one-third admit to never flossing at all! For adolescents, the numbers are worse. When you consider these statistics, it’s not surprising to hear that […]

    Five Reasons Why You Should Be Flossing

  • Top 10 Dental Myths Quiz

    Posted on June 21, 2017

    When it comes to oral health and properly taking care of your teeth there are a lot of untrue statements out in the world. Put your knowledge to the test on some of the most common dental myths, and let Dr. Dental keep your smile healthy and pearly white. Top 10 Dental Myths Quiz was […]

  • Root Canal 101: Everything You Need to Know | Interactive Image

    Posted on September 30, 2016

    Did your dentist tell you that you need a root canal? Millions of root canals are performed around the world every year, helping preserve tooth health and smiles of the patients. Yet, people are outright scared of the root canal treatment. It is important that this perception is changed. For this purpose, you need to […]

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  • Which Oral Health Symptoms Shouldn’t Be Ignored

    Posted on April 6, 2016

    A gum sore that just won’t go away. Persistent tooth pain. Discomfort when eating hot or cold foods. A little bleeding during routine flossing. There are dozens of oral health symptoms that fall somewhere between the “ignore” and “immediately address” categories. Which symptoms demand urgent action? Dr. Dental asked experienced dentists about those conditions that […]

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