Taking good care of your smile is an ongoing effort. In fact, it’s a routine that must be practiced multiple times a day to be effective. However, brushing and flossing your teeth incorrectly can be as damaging to your oral health as not brushing at all. To help make sure that your smile is always… Read more »
Category: Preventive Dentistry
Prevention is the most important aspect of professional dentistry, as well as your regular dental hygiene routine at home. That’s because preventing the issues that threaten your teeth and gums is better for your long-term oral health than treating them after they develop. In addition to brushing your teeth at least twice a day and… Read more »
Cavities can impact patients of all ages, from toddlers to seniors. However, they are not inevitable. With the right preventive care, you can often avoid the onset of tooth decay. First, you need to understand how they form and what symptoms you should watch for.