Sunday, February 23, 2020

Dental health is important. However, many people still find themselves putting off that twice-annual visit. Reasons such as inconvenience, fear or finances are often cited as the reasons for the delay in oral hygiene appointments, but in the long run it never works in your favor to...
Dental visits aren't just for cavities and teeth cleaning anymore. During a check-up, your dental hygienist and dentist assess the overall health of your mouth and gums. 1. Make a Checklist of Questions or Concerns Be prepared with questions you'd like to...
Most patients struggle to understand oral health message being passed by dentists. There are subtle, relatable ways to pass that oral hygiene instructions to your patients. Read on as Dr Scott Froum highlights 10 motivational oral hygiene analogies you can...
Your toothbrush looks innocent enough sitting on your bathroom sink. But before you put it in your mouth, consider this: the average toothbrush can contain 10 million bacteria or more—including E. coli and Staph, according to a study at the University of Manchester in England. Yuck.
Many people often go years without a visit to the dentist, due to fear, budget issues or because they think their teeth don’t have any problems. Whatever the reason, visit the dentist twice a year will do you and your smile a world of good.
Pregnancy is a moment of joy for every couple. The 9-month journey is like an unending phase and both the husband and wife want to take extra care to protect the new life developing in the womb. Having seen pregnant women who are apprehensive of certain dental...
Oral health is a key part of overall wellness. You can help improve your oral health by brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes at a time. Regular brushing helps to: prevent plaque and tartar buildupprevent cavitieslower your risk...
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