With cavities being the most prevalent chronic condition among children and teens, preventing decay by placing sealants indeed makes sense.
At this point, nothing is a surprise. Whether you’ve been sick or not, I’m just popping in to remind you to change your toothbrush.
The dental hygienists are not being taken care of. Many are made to feel as if their role is insignificant to other team members. They’re feeling overlooked.
I had a new patient today ask me what I’d like as a gift. Ha! My regulars know not to ask me this question.
I will NOT tell you to not to partake in the delicious goodies, but I will teach you how to beat the sugar bugs this holiday season!
I’m sure you hear all the time “floss between your teeth every day.” I can envision the eye rolls and heavy sighs because I get them all the time. Let me tell you this, the pesky string dental floss is not the big man in these interdental cleaning aid streets.
A mouthguard is an essential piece of athletic gear for any youth participating in organized sports.
Basic tips to help you build an oral hygiene routine that will assist you with gaining and maintaining optimum dental health.
Imagine visiting your registered dental hygienist for your “just a cleaning” appointment and you’re informed that you need to consult with a specialist because a suspicious lesion had been detected in your mouth. Yeah, this actually happens in the dental chair during “just a cleaning” visits.
Of course, a consistent, good oral hygiene routine is top on the list in cavity prevention, but there is something as simple as drinking water that will help prevent cavities.