Keeping Your Teeth Strong and Healthy

2 Tips to Help Ease Sensitivity When Dealing with a Cracked Maryland Bridge

If you happen to lose a few of your front teeth, then you may be outfitted with a Maryland bridge. This dental bridge is extremely durable and will typically last for years without any issues. However, a Maryland bridge is not indestructible. Repeated force trauma can cause your bridge to crack prematurely. When this occurs, it is important to make it to your dentist as soon as possible in order to remedy the issue. Read More 

How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Your Toddler’s Mouth

Your toddler will need their baby teeth to stay healthy for several more years, and healthy baby teeth are essential for guiding the adult teeth into place. Unfortunately, a lot of little ones are already developing cavities and tooth decay by the time they are two or three! Here are some ways you can prevent tooth decay and protect your toddler's teeth. Limit the Juice You might assume juice is a good beverage choice for your child because it is natural and made from fruit. Read More 

Four Mistakes You’re Making When Brushing Your Teeth

Experts suggest brushing your teeth at least twice a day to remove the plaque that builds up on your teeth. Plaque is the white substance that sticks to your teeth when you eat and drink. Sometimes the plaque will harden, making it difficult to remove by brushing. Unfortunately, brushing your teeth twice a day may not be doing you very much good if your brushing skills are not up to par. In an effort to increase your dental hygiene, you want to make sure you are brushing your teeth the way you're supposed to. Read More 

Three Ways To Ensure Your Child Has A Great Smile When Competing In Beauty Pageants

If you have a child that likes to compete in beauty pageants, it is important for her to always have as beautiful of a smile as she possibly can. There are many things that you can do to ensure that your child's smile always looks great. Use the guide below to learn three ways to keep your child's smile looking great for her beauty pageants. Ensure Your Child Has No Gaps in Her Smile Read More 

Back Permanent Tooth Never Came In? 2 Ways It Can Be Filled In

If one of your permanent teeth in the back never came in after you lost your baby tooth, your dentist likely told your parents to wait to fix the problem after you have stopped growing. This is because the jaw growth must be complete before the dentist can fill that area in. Now that you are an adult, your dentist can use different techniques to fill in this space, two of which are listed below. Read More