Archive for February, 2018

Should Your Wisdom Teeth Be Removed?

Friday, February 23rd, 2018
Do you need your wisdom teeth removed?

Do you need your wisdom teeth removed?

Wisdom teeth removal is a common procedure, as many people expect that they’ll have to have their wisdom teeth taken out when they reach the ages of 17-21. However, not everyone needs their wisdom teeth removed, and can go on with their whole lives without any pain at all. Continue reading to learn the most common reasons why wisdom teeth are removed. (more…)

Why Chewing Ice Is Bad For Your Teeth

Friday, February 16th, 2018
Learn why chewing ice is bad for your teeth.

Learn why chewing ice is bad for your teeth.

Do you find yourself often chewing ice? Many people tend to chew the ice in their soda when it’s a very hot day, and they need to cool down, or when enjoying a shaved ice treat. While chewing ice now and then won’t lead to long-term effects, it only takes one hard bite to break a tooth. Continue reading to learn about the dangers of chewing ice, and what ice cravings could mean for your health. (more…)

How Bad Is Soda For Your Teeth?

Friday, February 9th, 2018
Do you know how much damage soda does to your teeth?

Do you know how much damage soda does to your teeth?

Many dentists tell their patients to avoid things that are bad for their teeth, such as candy and soda. However, do you know what soda really does to your teeth and what types of drinks are the worst for your oral health? Continue reading to learn all about the negative effects that soda has on your teeth and how to maintain a healthy smile. (more…)

How To Choose The Right Toothpaste

Friday, February 2nd, 2018
toothpaste

Learn how to choose the right toothpaste!

Not all toothpaste is the same, so how do you know which toothpaste is the best for your teeth? There are more and more different types of toothpaste on the market, all claiming to do different things for your teeth with various formulas. Here’s a breakdown of each type of toothpaste, and the benefits of each. (more…)