Top things to look for in your entire mouth
May 10, 2016
The condition of your teeth, gums, tongue and breath can offer important insights into your dental, oral and overall health. The state of your mouth is trying to tell you something, and here are a few signs to look out for.
How many times should I see my Dentist in a calendar year?
Dental visits may vary, determining the condition of your gum tissues and supporting bone is surprisingly the basis on how many times a year you should have your dental check-ups.
What should a full day look like caring for your teeth?
They say it takes months for a person to form a good habit. Starting a new behavior to automatically doing it depends on the person. However, let’s forget about the number and focus on doing the work.
I'm in pain, what should I do before calling my Dentist?
Trying home remedies to soothe and heal aches is a practical alternative and can save you the agonizing pain while waiting for professional help; whether it’s waking up in the middle of the night realizing you have no pain relievers in stock to numb that tooth, on a weekend, on a business trip or overseas in a foreign country - the list goes on.