The Most Common Myths About Teeth Whitening: Facts Or Misconceptions?

Posted on: 11 August 2017

One of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments in the world is teeth whitening. It's an effective procedure for whitening your teeth, giving you a brighter smile, and many dentists offer the service. However, there are several myths and misconceptions surrounding the treatment that prevent some people from getting the procedure. Here are four common myths that should not deny you the chance to get a whiter smile. Myth 1: Teeth Whitening Is Painful [Read More]

Teeth Tuition for Toddlers Through Toys: 3 Fun Ways to Teach Toddlers the Importance of Brushing Their Teeth

Posted on: 22 March 2017

When it comes to brushing their teeth, some toddlers will do anything to ensure that bristly stick in your hand doesn't get anywhere near their mouth. This refusal to brush their teeth can turn each morning and evening into a nightmare for parents. No matter how much you try to reassure them that brushing their teeth is a good thing, some toddlers are simply too stubborn to be convinced—unless you get creative. [Read More]

What You Need to Know Before Creating a DIY Oral Care Set

Posted on: 27 February 2017

If you are trying to step away from over-the-counter, chemical based oral care products, you may have started looking into making your own. Your first step, of course, is to discuss this with your dentist. Your dentist can tell you what your current oral health issues are, what your focus should be, and if there are any home remedies and oils you should avoid. Once you have this consultation, then you can start your DIY oral care set. [Read More]

When Your Teeth are Acting Shifty: Why Your Teeth are Shifting and How to Stop Them in Their Tracks

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Your teeth are like the stones of an ancient monument, sturdy and solid on their own, yet still reliant on the adjacent stones to hold them firmly in place. Over time, for a number of reasons, your teeth will shift, and when this happens, the whole structure of your mouth could change.  Shifting teeth don't just lower the quality of your smile due to overcrowding; they also cause lip and cheek biting, as well as an imperfect bite (malocclusion). [Read More]