Updating Dental Work

Some dental work needs to be replaced to maintain its integrity and make sure the mouth stays healthy.

Oral Health and Quarantine

Quarantine is a great opportunity to get oral health back on track. Making sure teeth and gums are healthy helps ensure overall health is top notch and pearly whites are their whitest.

Don’t Just Mask Bad Breath

Wearing a mask may expose bad breath that we didn’t realize we had. Here’s how to quell bad breath while still wearing a mask.

CPAP Machines and COVID-19

A new study shows that the aerosolization produced by CPAP machines may make it easier to contract COVID-19.

Oral Hygiene and Coronavirus

Maintaining proper oral hygiene during the COVID-19 pandemic is extra important. But it’s also a bit more difficult with many dental offices closed for appointments.

Home Remedies for TMJ Dysfunction Pain

With many patients on quarantine, TMJ dysfunction pain could be left untreated. Here are some solutions to treat these conditions at home.

Beware These Enamel-Damaging Behaviors

Tooth enamel is strong, but it’s not indestructible. Here are some things patients should steer clear of doing if they want to avoid damage to their tooth enamel and teeth.

Oral Health and Quarantine

With so many people home, we may have a lot of extra time on our hands. Use that time to improve oral health!

Oral Health and Diabetes Risk

How often should we be brushing our teeth? The standard recommended by dental experts has long remained two times per day for 2 minutes at a time, minimum, but is that really good enough? More importantly, is good enough really good enough? A new study in Diabetologia, the journal of the European Association for the …

Fun Facts About Your Smile

A smile can light up the room, as they say. It has the power to bridge language barriers and age barriers, and studies have shown that the teeth and smile are the first things people notice about you when they meet you. But a smile isn’t just a tool to help you in social situations, …