We all have bad habits, some bad habits have side effects that can cause real issues. There are some bad oral health habits that can take a toll on your teeth. Your oral health bad habits can be hard to break and there a few you should try and break as soon as possible.
If you suffer from any of these bad oral habits, do not stress you can break your bad habits and your dentist will be there to help. You do not have to suffer from your bad habits and their nasty side effects there is hope!
Dry mouth can not only cause discomfort it can lead to other issues in your mouth such as cavities, infections, and other issues. If you are experiencing prolonged dry mouth it is important to speak with your dentist to find the underlying cause so it can be treated properly. There are some great ways to help alleviate your symptoms and help you heal your dry mouth.
Dry mouth does not have to cause you issues or pain, generally, it is easily treatable as long as it is not caused by an underlying disease. Be sure to talk to your dentist about any symptoms you are having and what does and does not help!
We all have different needs when it comes to our oral health, finding the right toothpaste for everyone in your family can be hard to do. Each person has different needs about what they need their toothpaste to do. We are here to help you break down the best types for each member of your family.
Everyone has different needs and it is important to address those needs to help everyone’s oral health flourish. If you have any questions about types, brands, etc. we would be happy to answer those at your next appointment.
Anytime a dental emergency happens it can be scary and not knowing what to do can make the moment worse. When smaller emergencies like a chipped tooth happen it is important to know what to do to better the chances of a good outcome, there are few steps to take once a chip has occurred.
Chipping a tooth does not have to mean you aren’t taking proper care of your teeth, chipping a tooth can happen at anytime. Not treating a chipped tooth however; can lead to further issues and problems.
Flossing your teeth can seem like a pain, if you are already brushing why should you need to floss? Flossing is incredibly beneficial to your health and helps clean your teeth, brushing alone can’t get your teeth clean enough and rid your mouth of harmful bacteria. Flossing matters just as much as brushing, here’s why:
Floss daily to not only help your teeth but your whole body, if you do not know how to floss or what the best type of floss is for you we would be happy to show you at your next appointment!