It’s never too early to establish healthy habits for your kids’ oral health routines. In fact, you should take your child to their first dental appointment as soon as their first baby tooth erupts or by their first birthday. It can be hard to convey the importance of positive oral health habits to your kids early on, so here are a few ways to make the process easier. Establish a Routine
Brushing and flossing should always be part of the routine. Encourage your ...Read more
Everything seems just a bit harder to do when it’s snowy and cold outside, including driving, making plans, and even talking and smiling. It’s not uncommon to get that same uncomfortable feeling when you expose your teeth to cold weather as you do when you bite down on an ice cream bar or drink a cold beverage. Although the groundhog predicted a longer winter this year, you don’t have to live with sensitive teeth forever! What Causes Tooth Sensitivity?
Cold weather itself doesn’t ...Read more
Not all toothbrushes are made alike! Your toothbrush should directly reflect your oral health needs, but it can be hard to choose from so many different options. There are two main types of toothbrushes: manual and electric. Here’s how to decide which one of those two is the right choice for you. Manual Toothbrushes
Manual toothbrushes usually have a rectangular-shaped head, but they come in a variety of shapes to help fit your teeth best. Manual toothbrushes also have different bristle firmness between ...Read more
Sometimes it's hard to resist a good trend, but it’s best to stay away from most dental trends out there. Here are some popular fads that are ineffective or even dangerous when it comes to your oral health. Grills
You may have seen your favorite rapper wearing a shiny and expensive pair of grills and got inspired to do the same, but they can actually be pretty damaging to your teeth and gums. The materials in grills can erode at your tooth ...Read more
Did you know that your emotional wellbeing affects your physical health? Smiling may not be as intense as a 30-minute workout, but it can make an equally major impact on your self esteem. The Science Behind Smiling
When you smile, it releases endorphins, which can help you actually feel happier (even if your smile was fake!) and more self-confident. This can start a domino effect where other people feel happier when around you as well.
Studies have shown that being smiled at is a ...Read more