How Often Should I Replace My Toothbrush?

While you may want to get the most out of your toothbrush, or maybe you just cannot remember to switch it out, your toothbrush needs to replaced regularly. The timeline may be different depending on if you use an electronic or manual brush and the appearance of your bristles. However, you should replace your toothbrush […]

What to Do When You Crack Your Tooth?

If you have a broken, cracked, or even chipped tooth, it can come with pain and be an inconvenience. While a broken tooth can be fixed, it can be painful in the meantime. You’ll likely need to take a trip to the dentist, but managing your pain until your appointment is important. Let’s look at […]

Foods to Avoid with Invisalign

Invisalign is an excellent treatment option that is efficient and affordable for anyone with crooked teeth who wants to perfect their smile. Invisalign trays are a discreet option as compared to traditional braces as they are invisible and conform to the shape of your teeth. However, Invisalign requires an impeccable oral hygiene routine. In addition […]

Should Invisalign Feel Tight?

Invisalign is a revolutionary technology helping people to achieve their perfect smile without all of the hardware normally associated with orthodontics. By using professionally fitted plastic trays, your Invisalign-trained orthodontist can gradually move your teeth into a position that is better for your smile and your long-term oral health. Should Invisalign feel tight? Should Invisalign […]

7 Tips for Kids Getting Braces

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7 Tips for Kids Getting Braces Braces are an effective orthodontic treatment option that can improve your child’s smile and their oral health. They are a common treatment among adolescents who have crooked and misaligned teeth. The impact of these dental issues can impact your child’s self-confidence and development during adolescence. Below you will find […]

How to Avoid Gum Disease

How to Avoid Gum Disease Gum disease (also known as “periodontitis”) occurs when bacteria accumulates on the surface of your teeth. It goes without saying that it important to know how to avoid gum disease. Gingivitis is the first phase of gum disease and is fairly common as nearly half of all adults experience it. […]