The number of people adopting a vegan lifestyle has been steadily increasing. While a vegan diet offers numerous health benefits, it’s important to understand how it can impact your oral health. Check out our blog post where we explore the effects of a vegan diet on your teeth and gums and provide tips to maintain good oral hygiene.
It may have been a while since you reassessed your oral hygiene practices. After learning how to brush and floss your teeth as a kid, how often do people really think about whether they’re doing it correctly or not? Read our blog post for tips on practicing oral hygiene at home.
Gingivitis is what we call the early form of gum disease. When it worsens, then it becomes periodontitis. Read our blog post to find out what you should do if you have gingivitis.
We know the dangers of smoking for your overall and oral health, but what about vaping? Check out our blog post where we explain the impact vaping has on your oral health, and ways you can maintain a healthy dental routine.
Brushing your teeth is one of the most important things you can do to maintain good oral health; dentists recommend that you brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day to prevent cavities and decay. But is it possible to brush too much? Check out our blog post to find out!
When buying a toothbrush, it’s important to choose well as the type of brush can impact your oral health. Read our blog post for a look at doctor recommended toothbrushes.
Cavities are often accompanied by toothaches, sensitivity, and even halitosis. But what if there was a way to detect cavities before they even came to the surface? Check out our blog post for a look at our state-of-the-art tool that can do just that.
Have a look through the dental product section of your local grocery or convenience store, and you’ll probably see the word “fluoride” mentioned again and again. Read our blog post for some good information about why fluoride is so important to teeth.
Do you ever get sugar cravings? We know from experience that they can be hard to resist. To help you stay strong, check out our blog post where we share some tips on how to fight sugar cravings.
It can be challenging to help your child build strong oral health habits. Young children often have difficulty with coordination and consistency, and sometimes they’ll even eat things that are definitely not food, like toothpaste. Read our blog post to learn if it’s okay for kids to swallow toothpaste.