Do you know much about your gum tissue? Is this a part of your smile that you are aware exists but it’s not something you think much about? The good news is that your gums are very easy to care for, so if they’ve gone under the radar, it could be because you’ve simply been providing yourself good care. However, it’s always beneficial to know more about your own anatomy, so let’s get started with some basics.
Are there few things that make you feel as happy as the magic that comes with a fireworks show? If so, you are in luck! This weekend will wrap up the Neptune Festival, which will include a grand finale full of fireworks. Step outside to make sure you see the display in all its glory!
Unless your friends are telling you exceptional things about the benefits of flossing, it’s probably a good idea that you steer clear of them as your advice-givers. Instead, we highly recommend you come in and ask us your questions when you’re in doubt or require some clarification. As it turns out, dental hygiene (both brushing and flossing) is absolutely an integral component of cleaning your smile at home. Curious why some of your friends are turning their noses up at flossing (and why you shouldn’t rely on them)? Let’s cover some new ground.
Do you think you’ve got yourself set up quite nicely in your bathroom for your home care of your smile? If you answered yes but you’re feeling like it’s an awful lot of trouble to keep everything organized and ready, it’s possible that it’s time to simplify. The wonderful news is that the products you use and your approach should be very basic because that’s all it takes to maintain a healthy smile. Ready to find out if you’re right on target or if you need to step back and reassess? Try our quiz!
When you begin using Invisalign treatment for a straight smile, you will likely feel a lot of things (most often complete joy at the thought of your future smile). What you might not consider, however, is the fact that as easy as it is to successfully make it through treatment, it is just as easy to derail your treatment by overlooking some common, simple dangers. To make sure you’re doing your best to optimize treatment and avoid obstacles, we suggest you take our advice and keep it in mind on a daily basis.
You might think to yourself that our suggestion for you to receive bruxism treatment is probably a bit too much. A lot of people clench their teeth when they are upset, after all! Some people grind here and there out of habit. Unfortunately, these types of occasional acts are far different from the chronic habit you’ve been experiencing (and yes, we know you aren’t even aware you’re doing it). The great news is that we can help you control the issue, so you don’t end up suffering from one of the many common types of damage associated with bruxism. Consider some of those side effects for a clear understanding.
Have you ever painstakingly built a sand castle on the beach, amazed by how much effort and patience it takes to get it just right? If so, you will be even more impressed by the brilliant artistry that is about to take place at this upcoming event! Come on out!
You might think to yourself that you’re doing a pretty great job with your dental hygiene. You may even give yourself a pat on the back every now and then because you have made such strides in keeping your brushing and flossing right on track. While these efforts of yours are certainly necessary and definitely worthwhile, you might be overlooking one thing: They’re not enough. Not sure why? Consider some reasons you will need to go above and beyond your care at home to keep your smile in its best condition.
When you think about your dental care, you probably focus primarily on your smile and the structures that make up that smile. You might think about brushing your teeth, about the visits you need to schedule, and so on. What you might not give much attention to, however, is how your heart health is related to oral health issues. To see whether this has crossed your mind (or if it’s brand new information), we offer you: A quiz!
Did you know that there are some particular problems that may make it more difficult for you to practice efficient dental hygiene? It’s true. Beyond the fact that you need to find the motivation from within to remain committed to this very important habit, there are some obstacles. Fortunately, we can tell you all about them and even help you carefully navigate away from problems, so your smile stays easy to clean.