It’s important to maintain great dental health all year round, but for many people, slipping a bit in the dental hygiene department is all too tempting during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. However, if you want to make sure that you improve your smile this holiday season, you’ll need to stay on top of the holidays and make your dental health a priority. The following are 5 ways you can improve your smile this holiday season. (more…)
November 4, 2019
October 9, 2019
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and there is no better time of the year to brush up—no pun intended—on your dental hygiene skills, tips and tricks. If you want a healthy, happy smile, consider the following tips that will keep your smile bright and healthy all year long.
September 27, 2019
It’s no secret that dentists don’t love the sugary part of Halloween—but with all of the damage that typical candy can do to your children’s teeth, who can blame them? Thankfully, you don’t have to let Halloween scare your dentist the next time your child comes in for a check-up! The following are some tips and tricks that will help your kids enjoy a Halloween treat while still keeping your dentist happy.
August 30, 2019
It’s very important to take care of your health when you are pregnant in order to reduce the risk of complications and to help ensure a healthy development for your growing baby. One of the most overlooked elements of pregnancy health is your teeth: it is even more important to practice great dental health when you’re pregnant due to the potential for developing problems with your teeth as your pregnancy continues. The following guide will help you learn how to protect your teeth during pregnancy.
June 24, 2019
Taking care of your oral health is just as important as eating a nutritional diet and getting regular exercise. Proper oral hygiene can help prevent infections, gum disease and a host of other problems that will leave you worse for wear. If you want to start improving your oral health, consider the following 5 steps you need to take in order to improve your oral health today.
May 20, 2019
You naturally want to look your best on your wedding day—from your hair to your clothing all the way down to a perfect smile that will shine brightly and beautifully in all your wedding photos. If you want to take the extra steps to perfect your smile before your upcoming wedding, you’re in luck—there are many ways you can make sure that your smile is looking its best on your big day. The following are the top 5 ways to perfect your smile before your wedding.
April 26, 2019
The average person consumes anywhere from 3 to 5 times the maximum amount of sugar that health experts recommend per day—and it’s disastrous for their health. Sugar is one of the leading causes behind a host of rising health problems in the modern world, and yet it seems like we can’t escape the sticky, sweet sugar that is found in everything from candy to processed foods. If you want to know how much damage all that sugar is doing to your body, read on to find out the most significant negative impacts that consuming even just a few teaspoons of sugar a day will have on your health.
February 6, 2019
Tooth sensitivity is a problem that plagues many people. However, few people know exactly what tooth sensitivity is—and what causes them to experience sensitive teeth. If you are currently experiencing tooth sensitivity, take a look at the following guide to understanding why your teeth are sensitive, what caused it, and the next steps you need to take.
November 9, 2018
Going to the dentist is not exactly the average person’s favorite past time. No one likes being poked and prodded, but going to the dentist is vital for your health. Here are 10 reasons why people don’t think they need to see a dentist, and why those reasons aren’t really valid. (more…)
October 20, 2018
It is unfortunate, but many dental practices around the country do not feel the need to replace silver fillings with tooth-colored alternatives. The fact is silver (amalgam) fillings are more likely to cause harm to natural tooth structure compared to composite resin, the material that our practice uses to fill damaged teeth.
The Center for Advanced Dentistry does not use metal fillings or traditional fillings of any kind for several reasons. To learn why silver fillings have more potential to cause harm, keep reading this post from a mercury-free dentist!