Although most babies won’t get their teeth until they are about six months old, you should start cleaning your baby’s gums soon after they are born. Learn some tips and tricks on how you can start your baby off with a healthy smile.
Daily flossing is an important part of your oral health care routine. However, if you don’t use the right technique, you can’t reap the benefits of your efforts. Keep reading to learn how to floss properly.
When you lose teeth, you want them replaced soon. But how to replace them can be a difficult decision. This post looks at the differences between dental implants and dentures, the benefits of each, and how to determine which option is right for you.
Muscle tension is a leading contributing factor in a majority of headaches. In many cases, this muscle tension is related to dental problems. Learn more about the relationship between your teeth and your head pain.
If you are dealing with a sensitive tooth, then you know just how annoying, distracting and painful this common dental condition can be. Learn more about common causes of tooth sensitivity and how to determine if it’s time to visit your dentist.
Halloween is an exciting time for kids, but too much candy can wreak havoc on their smiles. Read more to learn about the causes of tooth decay, the importance of routine oral hygiene and simple ways to protect teeth from too much sugar this Halloween.
Slacking on brushing and flossing during pregnancy has been linked to gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, and premature delivery. Learn about the importance of good oral health care for expecting mothers.