Could An Apple a Day Keep Cavities Away?

Although apples typically contain a lot of natural sugar, they could be one of the best foods for your teeth. Here’s why you should pack more of this juicy crunch in your diet. High In Fiber Apples come with lots of fiber, which is important for every stage of your body’s digestive process. It keeps […]

Can Flossing Extend Your Life Expectancy?

There are many healthy habits people can maintain to extend their life expectancy: exercising, eating well, staying social…flossing? According to, daily flossing helps you live longer and is one of those weird-but-true facts that is not so obvious. Think about it: Flossing prevents gum disease, and having good oral health lowers your risk for […]

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Creative Ways to Help Your Kids Like Brushing

Some days, the bedtime struggle is real. Depending on the age of your child, you’ve probably been through many phases of rebellion tempered with sweetness (how do they do that!?) that make you want to simultaneously laugh and pull your hair out. Some kids dread their nightly bedtime ritual, while others hate it. For some, […]

3 Tooth-Friendly Alternatives to Soda

Who doesn’t love a cool, refreshing soda? It’s true that enjoying the popular beverage is a hard habit to break once you’ve gotten used to it. Although the sweet taste is appealing, the carbonation, sugar, and acid combination is damaging to your teeth and over time can cause unwanted erosion and decay. If you’re not […]

Top Five Foods and Drinks that Dentists Avoid!

Your dentist is not only an expert advisor to your unique dental needs, but also a great example of maintaining proper oral health. Many foods we eat on a day-to-day basis can cause demineralization of the teeth, unsightly tooth damage, and staining. These are all issues dentists work hard to eradicate for both themselves and […]

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month and we want to discuss how you can get screened regularly for this common but treatable disease. Although mouth and oral cancer can affect anybody, it is strongly associated with lifestyle. You can cut your chances by making a few changes in your life. The most common cause of […]